Diocese of Dunedin input into the National Liturgy Office (NLO) review
The New Zealand Catholic Bishops Conference (NZCBC) is conducting a review of the National Liturgy Office (NLO). They are doing this in close consultation with Louise Campbell, Director of the NLO, and with the support of overseas liturgical expertise and advice. The NLO was established in 2008, following the acceptance of a proposal to the NZCBC from the National Liturgy Commission. 10 years on, the NZCBC feel it is timely to review the future direction and structure of the NLO and that the input from each diocese is critical in guiding this.

James van Schie, the Executive Office of the NZCBC has sent out the following questions with some examples to help guide our input. As someone who is involved in liturgy in the Diocese of Dunedin, we value your feedback on these questions. Please fill out this short form and in doing so, feel free to consult with others in your parish involved in liturgy. Also pass on this link on to anyone you feel would have relevant feedback on liturgy in our Diocese. All answers will be collated and reported back to the NZCBC (anonymously).

Please fill out your answers by 13th July 2018.

With many thanks for your input and time.

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1. What liturgical expertise/resources/support are available locally in your diocese? (e.g. National Liturgy Advisor, Diocesan Director of Liturgy, Diocesan Liturgical Commission, Liturgy Office, Catholic Education Office and RE Advisors with liturgy expertise, Diocesan liturgy publications, educators, Catholic shop with resources for ministers of the liturgy).
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2. How does the diocese support parishes need for information, formation, guidance in liturgy? (e.g. workshops, templates, guidelines for topics such as copyright for liturgical music, singing the Mass, liturgical ministry/resource for topics such as Liturgy of the Word with Children).
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3. What further support does the diocese need for liturgy and worship? (e.g. workshops to introduce national publications, policies and guidelines from the NLO such as The Holy Week Book, The Order of Christian Funerals or Kappa Maori).
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4. What information and resources available from the NLO or international sources do you find useful? (e.g. website, www.nlo.org.nz).
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5. Are there any further comments or suggestions you would like to make?
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