Priests and laymen interested in
the liturgy of the Roman Catholic Church,
according to the Constitution Sacrosanctum Concilium
of the Second Œcumenic Council of Vatican (December 4th, 1963).
- Father Pierre François (Webmaster, more information below), Antwerp (Belgium)
- Engineer Robin Sébille, Paris (France)
- Father Jos Vanderbruggen, O. Præm., Rector of the Sanctuary of
- Father Philippe Dalleur, Professor at the
of the Holy Cross, Rome (Italy)
- Jean Pflieger, Lector and Acolyth
(more information below),
- Father Bernard Marsh, London (UK)
- John Bostock, a young Roman Catholic from South Africa
with a passion for Latin and the Bible
Father Pierre FRANÇOIS
With a degree of Engineer in Applied Mathematics at the University of Louvain-la-Neuve (Belgium), he worked as an Engineer in Computer Sciences, mainly in Rome (Italy) and at the Queen Mary College of London (United Kingdom), till his ordination as a priest by John Paul II on June 12th, 1983.
He has been working since 1985 as a Chaplain of students in Louvain (Belgium) and Amsterdam (The Netherlands) and attending several groups of professionals in Antwerp (Belgium) and other cities.
After a Doctorate in S. Theology at the University of Navarre (Spain) on Christology, he specialized in Liturgy, that he is teaching to several kinds of publics. As a part of his pastoral activities for the Opus Dei, he organizes liturgical celebrations as a Master of Ceremonies.
He is a founding member and the current Chairman of the
Vlaamse Werkgroep voor Hedendaagse Latijnse Liturgie
the Flemish Workgroup for Contemporary Latin Liturgy.
He has also been appointed by the Episcopal Conference of Belgium as National Spiritual Adviser for the Guides and Scouts of Europe of Belgium since February 2012. The bisshop of Antwerp assigned him as parochial vicar in the collegiate church of St. James, on November 1st, 2014.
He is also envolved in catechetical teaching on
Radio Maria Vlaanderen.
Jean PFLIEGER is Lector and Acolyth. The picture hereby is from 1983 and shows that the people at www.romanliturgy.org obviously like the Roman liturgy and are attached to the Holy Father.