SWLC Hispanic Pastoral Musicians Conference

Event Name:  SWLC Hispanic Pastoral Musicians Conference
Date(s):  Jun 20-22, 2013
Time:  Starts: 2:00 PM  

The Southwest Liturgical Conference's Eighth Bi-Annual Hispanic Pastoral Musicians Conference will be held in McAllen, Texas. Sing to the Lord, and praise without borders! The event is hosted by the Office of Liturgy & Worship in the Diocese of Brownsville. Keynote speakers include Most Rev. Gustavo Rodriguez Vega, the Bishop of Nuevo Laredo, Mexico; Peter Kolar; and Pedro Rubalcava. The Conference will be held at Our Lady of Sorrows Catholic Church, located at 1108 W. Hackberry Street in McAllen, Texas. Registration begins there on Thursday at 2 p.m. The Conference Hotel is called Casa de Palmas Renaissance, located at 101 N. Main Street in McAllen, Texas. The cost is $105 per person if received by June 1. For more information please call (956) 784-5013 or email hpmc2013@cdob.org. You may also visit our websites at www.hpmc2013.org for registation form, or at www.SWLC.org to learn more about The Southwest Liturgical Conference. See printable flyers below:

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More About SWLC

The Southwest Liturgical Conference (SWLC) is a liturgical organization comprising the twenty-seven Roman Catholic Dioceses of Region X of the Federation of Diocesan Liturgical Commissions (FDLC) in the states of Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Texas, Utah, and Wyoming. Founded in 1962, the SWLC reflects the rich Catholic heritage of the Southwest present in richly diverse multicultural, urban, and rural communities.

Our purpose is to foster the ongoing renewal of the liturgy as expressed in the "Constitution on the Sacred Liturgy" and the significant liturgical documents of the Church. In collaboration with all Bishops of Region X, diocesan directors of worship and other liturgical leaders, the SWLC provides opportunities for education, formation, and networking. Challenges and opportunities for growth extend also to those who minister beyond the boundries of Region X.


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