Liturgia.pl is the largest Polish site dedicated to the liturgy. It has over ten thousand articles and is continually growing.
Liturgia contains over ten thousand articles and is still growing. The site has a dedicated team of researchers, writers and developers who ensure its relevance. The website serves as a forum for information exchange and dialogue.
The Dominican Liturgical Center utilizes the Internet as an accessible means to transmit Catholic theology and culture. Every day we help others more fully discover the Sacred Rites. Through Liturgia, we work to deepen and strengthen the Catholic identity of internet users.
Liturgia is comprised of articles by distinguished liturgists and theologians, interviews with musicians and composers of liturgical music, book and magazine reviews of liturgical works and recordings, as well as commentaries on the Liturgy of the Word, Mass forms, and other related content. Photos and musical tracks are also present.
Additionally, the website serves as a blog platform, created by invited contributors and managed by the editorial office. The blog allows users to express and exchange ideas pertinent to Christian liturgy and the culture that results.
Liturgia sends weekly newsletters to its registered users. Please see Liturgia.pl for more information.
Dear Readers and Friends Liturgia,
The year is coming to an end. This past year we have contemplated and worked to fulfill the words of Saint Paul, “So let no one boast about human beings, for everything belongs to you, Paul or Apollos or Cephas, or the world or life or death, or the present or the future: all belong to you, and you to Christ, and Christ to God.” (1 Corinthians 3, 21-23). We believe that the liturgy is one of the realities which restores God’s presence in the world. The liturgy is something that is truly “ours,” which is why we do not hesitate to reach out to you for your support.
Acts of giving are appropriate for this season. We invite you to consider giving to nonprofits such as our own. Hopeful that we have brought beauty to the Church’s liturgy in our work, we ask for any financial support that you can give. You can donate below.
The donations we receive will be applied to our most pressing needs. Your support:
will help us keep the existing team,
will give us the opportunity to author valuable texts and translations,
will advance the content of our database (including film series, programs and recordings).
We hope that we will be able to continue to share valuable ideas. Thank you for your support. Please pray for our Foundation and continue your active presence on our site.
If you study any of the following:
Ø Philosophy or History (with editorial experience)
Ø Religious Studies
Ø Art History
we have internship options from October-December or February-June. The duration of the internship is 4-8 weeks, but this can be extended.
Your time here would include opportunities to:
Ø Plan editorial projects
Ø Construct, order and edit texts
Ø Create articles, reviews and interviews
Ø Translate works
Ø Research new projects for our database
Ø Organize seminars, sessions and workshops
Ø Network at events
Ø Create artwork
Ø Receive editing training
Ø Archive pages
Ø Verify novelty books and musical collections
Our department offers:
Ø Flexible work hours
Ø The opportunity to work with a young, dynamic team
Ø Editorial experience
Ø A deeper understanding of the liturgy and Church history
Ø Participation in Foundation events
Ø Liturgical knowledge
Ø Knowledge of Latin and/or Greek (basic)
Ø Creativity and respectfulness
Ø C.V. or resume, and cover letter
Our site presents an opportunity for advertisers. We promote initiatives close to us. If you would like Liturgia.pl or the Dominican Liturgical Center to advertise your event, book, or other publication, please contact Michał Wsiołkowski at [email protected]