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BEd(Hons), HDipPastLit(Hons), MTh(Hons) 

Maria Hall 

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Hello and welcome to my site!

A former primary school teacher,

I am now a full time consultant in
Liturgy, RE and Pastoral Music

I work in  schools, Parishes,

Religious Communities
and at local, diocesan and national events.

I currently write on Liturgy for Intercom Magazine,

published by the Irish Bishop's Conference. 

 

Formation and Consultancy for Parishes and Schools

Liturgy  Music Religious  Education

'Liturgy is the summit toward  which

the activity of the Church is directed;

at the same time it is the fount

from which all the Church's power flows.'                                                        (Sacrosanctum Concillium 10)

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PRAYER AND LITURGY in SCHOOL

Staff training. INSET / Staff meeting sessions. 

Workshops for pupil groups and classes...

* the new PLD Directory

* preparing liturgies and
   Celebrations of the Word

* writing prayers

* meditation 

* different ways of praying

* Advent and Christmas

* Lent

*Personal Formation for staff

                                 

MINISTRY OF LECTOR

 

 

History, background, skills

and the the role of the Lector.

An in-depth course

which will help those involved

understand how they are

the Mouthpiece of God!

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THE EUCHARIST 
The development of the Eucharist

from the earliest days of the Church.
he real meaning of Active Participation.
A close look at the Mass, its structure and meaning.


LAY MINISTRY FORMATION.

Formation and training sessions

for parishioners and those involved

in lay ministry.

 

A look at the history and role of the various ministries, addressing issues and developing practical skills.

Individual sessions for:

MUSIC AND LITURGY

For choirs and music groups.

 

The role and function of singers and musicians.

 


The origins and history of the ministry.

 


Develop repertoire and technique.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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'People in love make signs of love,
not only to express their love
but also to deepen it.
Love never expressed dies.
Christians' love for Christ
and for one another must be expressed in the signs and symbols
of celebration or they will die.'

 

(Music in Catholic Worship, 4)

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