Archbishop Lyke Conference

The Lyke Conference, the nation’s premier Black Catholic liturgical event, is named after the late liturgist Archbishop James P. Lyke, OFM, the second of the three Black archbishops in U.S. history. The conference was founded in 2004 as an outlet where attendees could be trained in African-American patrimony. The 2024 conference theme is “Standing in the Need of Prayer – Reclaiming Our Black Catholic Liturgy.” Get details and registration information at the link below. (Register by May 18 to avoid additional fees.)

June 19, 2024
 - June 22, 2024
Embassy Suites by Hilton DFW Airport North, 2401 Bass Pro Dr., Grapevine, Texas 76051
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