Info sessions to explain revised Catholic Mass

Like others around the U.S. and the English-speaking world, the regional Catholic diocese is preparing its priests and parishioners for upcoming changes to the Mass.
Last week, the diocese announced information sessions on the revised English translation of the Roman Missal that begin July 13 and continue into September.
The Rev. Joshua Brommer, liturgy coordinator for the Diocese of Harrisburg, is leading the sessions to introduce lay Catholics to the upcoming word changes, their historical context and spiritual significance.
The sessions, Holy Words for Holy People, are planned for 7 p.m. at:
– July 13: St. Mary’s Parish in Lancaster;
– July 20: Holy Trinity in Columbia;
– July 26: Lake Heritage Community Room at 1000 Heritage Drive in Gettysburg (for details, call St. Francis Xavier at 334-3919);
– Aug. 8: St. Margaret Mary in Harrisburg;
– Aug. 23: Our Lady of Lourdes in Enola;
– Sept. 7: St. Joseph in Springettsbury Township; and
– Sept. 13: St. John the Baptist in New Freedom.
The revised text will be implemented Nov. 27, the first Sunday of Advent. Read the bishops’ FAQ about the changes here.

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