Where can I study to be a liturgist?

There are many places in the United States that you can study to be a liturgist! First, you can look into doing a Certificate in Liturgical Studies. Most Graduate Theology Schools (Graduate Theological Union, Catholic Theological Union, and Notre Dame, for example) have programs that you can complete to get a Certificate in Liturgical Studies. If you are looking for a more serious program, I’d suggest starting an MA or PhD program in liturgical studies. Most major Catholic institutions have such a degree program, including the schools mentioned above as well as Catholic University and St. John’s College. If you are just fresh out of high school and interested in becoming a liturgist, I’d suggest starting with a BA in Theology or Religious Studies, which is a popular major at any Catholic Institution.

Julianne Wallace

Julianne E. Wallace is the associate director of faith formation, worship, and ministry at St. Bonaventure University in Western New York. She earned an M.T.S in Word and Worship from the Washington Theological Union in Washington, D.C. and a B.A. in Music Performance from the University of Mary Washington in Virginia. Julianne is passionate about sharing the joy of liturgy with others and helping everyone to worship well.