I found a rather funny comment on the site of The Remnant (emphasis mine):
For traditionalist Catholics nothing is more symptomatic of the crisis in the Church than the deliberate mistranslation of pro vobis et pro multis—for you and for many—as “for you and for all” in vernacular renderings of the Latin typical edition of the Mass of Paul VI by local episcopal conferences and the ICEL. This error, which falsely suggests the universal application of the fruit of the Mass to the elect and non-elect alike, was rightly described as “truly scandalous” by Monsignor Klaus Gamber in his Reform of the Roman Liturgy, to which the current Pope wrote an approving French language preface when he was Cardinal Ratzinger. For nearly forty years the Vatican tolerated this abuse, while both lay and clerical traditionalists objected to it as a blatant falsification of the very words of Our Lord at the Last Supper—a novelty not even Protestant versions of the Bible had dared to venture. Yet, over the past forty years, neo-Catholic defenders of the postconciliar novelties in the Church, such as The Wanderer, Catholic Answers (which publishes This Rock magazine) James Likoudis and James Akin, have consistently defended the error,…
"Defended the error" of the bad translation of "pro multis"? I think in charity someone ought to send a gift subscription for The Wanderer across town to The Remnant.
This is so weird it is hardly to be understood. To be fair, the author of the abovementioned rib-tickler really doesn’t dwell on The Wanderer, but he really ought to use a little fairness in regard to The Wanderer and what it accomplished in the WDTPRS project over the last six years.
I can agree with a great many things The Remnant prints, but sometimes they are simply too bilious. The overall attitude of the abovementioned article is so sour as to leave you wondering if the author is pleased that Pope Benedict XVI made this decision or if he is really irritated that he now has one less thing to complain about.
In any event, you go over there, read the article yourselves, and get back to me with your take on the matter.