The Australian Pastoral Musicians Network and the National Liturgical Council are pleased to announce a combined liturgy and music conference to be held at the Brisbane Hilton from 28 – 30 September, 2023. International keynote presenters are Dr Timothy O’Malley, professor of liturgical-sacramental theology and academic director of the Notre Dame Centre for Liturgy (USA), and Sarah Hart, one of the leading figures in contemporary Catholic music. These international guests will be joined by acclaimed local presenters: Rev Dr Tom Elich, liturgist and Director of Liturgy Brisbane, and Dr Maeve Louise Heaney VDMF, theologian and composer. In addition to these keynote presentations, there will be more than 50 workshops on offer across the three days. We invite you to explore the full program of keynotes and workshops on the Conference Website at https://mysteryandmission.com.au
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