I received a nice voice mail from some seminarians who are learning how to say the Extraordinary Form of Holy Mass on their own. They asked for help with the Latin, since they have not ever heard the Roman Canon in Latin.
I took this very deliberately. This is not how you would read it. I offer this as a tool for learning. The key would be for you you listen to this and then go back to read along, working from a photocopy and circling the tricky parts, and then reviewing. Reciting this several times a day for several days will finally get it into your tongue and mind.
I am a little concerned that using Latin is going to be segregated sharply into the traditional form of Mass rather than in the Novus Ordo. People might be tempted to say, "If you want Latin, go to that Mass". That is one reason why I object to calling the traditional form or Extraordinary Form, simply "the Latin Mass".
Latin is also the language of the Novus Ordo.
But there you have it. I hope this will be helpful for seminarians (and perhaps priests or bishops) who are doing some work on their own.
BTW, when you hear volume shift or two, that is where I had phone calls!
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