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Praise for the new, corrected translation coming in.

I am getting some good feedback on the new translation.  Here’s one item:
It was such an improvement that I might (just might) go to Novus Ordo Mass in English there once in a while!
High praise indeed!
UPDATE:
From a long-time reader and … Continue reading

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After all these years… the advent of the NEW TRANSLATION. Your thoughts. WDTPRS POLL

We have waited a long time for this.
The clock has inexorably ticked away. The date for the implementation of the whole of the new, corrected translation – Order and Proper – has finally arrived for the UK and for the … Continue reading

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CTS (UK) People’s Edition of the Roman Missal (“hand missal” for Ordinary Form)

The other day I received and reviewed the Altar Edition of the new Roman Missal (with the new corrected translation) published by the Catholic Truth Society in England. It is a wonderful book, and on reflection I think it … Continue reading

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WDTPRS: 1st Sunday of Advent (Novus Ordo) – “they are His while they are ours”

We’ve come around again to the 1st Sunday of Advent, the beginning of a new liturgical year.
This year, after years and years of waiting and desiring, we have a new, improved, corrected English translation.
The new translation is not perfect, but … Continue reading

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NPR on the new, corrected translation

From National Public Radio:
New Catholic Mass Already Causing A Stir
by Barbara Bradley Hagerty
November 25, 2011
This weekend, Catholics may experience a little surprise when they attend Mass. [Not if they have been going to Mass regularly.  They will have heard announcements … Continue reading

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REVIEW: Roman Missal from the Catholic Truth Society (UK) – spiffing!

At long last I received my new altar edition of the Roman Missal by the Catholic Truth Society in England. The book was ridiculously held up in customs. I have looked virtually all the new missals. … Continue reading

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A proposal for a “traditional” edition of the Ordinary Form missal in English

At NLM Shawn Tribe has offered a proposal for an Ordinary Form Roman Missal with the new, corrected translation in a format much like the usual editions of the older Missale Romanum.  He has some sample pages.
If an edition of … Continue reading

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WDTPRS REVIEW: Editions of the Roman Missal with the new, corrected translation

Several priests have asked me my opinion about editions of the Roman Missal with the new, corrected English translation.
They don’t know which version to purchase and wanted my insights.
One priest wrote with additional information.
Here’s the list:
Liturgical Press Ritual edition
Midwest … Continue reading

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The new, corrected translation and deaf people

Even a bait-less hook will sometimes snag a catch.  The National Catholic Fishwrap has a somewhat interesting story about deaf communities getting ready to receive the new, corrected translation of the Missale Romanum.
Stop and think about it.  If the text … Continue reading

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USCCB’s Novena of 9 Fridays for the implementation of the new, corrected translation

I have learned that the USCBB has issued a text of a Novena for a Fuller Participation in the Sacrament of the Eucharist for the next nine Fridays, beginning Sept. 30, to help Catholics prepare for the new translation.
DAY/FRIDAY #2 … Continue reading

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