I have now read one of the shallowest articles yet on the new, corrected translation. It is from The Age in Australia and it written by one Barry Zwartz, a writer whose “journalistic” offerings I have had the displeasure to show you in the past.
I won’t drill into this piece here and now. The amount of red I would use could do damage to your screens.
But get this:
On the surface, this might seem a minor matter, but to many on both the progressive and traditional sides of the divide, the words of the Mass – called the ”liturgy” – are the most important battleground in their long-standing culture wars.
This liturgy debate raises two profound and fundamental questions: to whom does the church belong, people or Pope? How much, if at all, should the church adjust itself to the modern world?
Guess which side the writer lands on.