I found this on the blog Ten Reasons:
Would it surprise you to learn that Fr. Lawrence Mick, official catechist for the Worship office of the Archdiocese of Cincinnati, has signed his name to an online petition opposing the new Mass translations? [Yes, actually. It would surprise me that a diocesan official would place himself in opposition to the new translation.]
Other signatories include Fr. Ken Overberg, S.J., and several other priest-malcontents at Xavier University; would-be priestess Louise Akers, S.C.; Fr. Glen Chun, S.J., one of the new priests at the rebranded St. Xavier Church downtown; and a gaggle of "lay ministers" and women religious. [Great company!]
Click the "diocese" header on the site and scroll ahead to tab 70. Since these folks are always quick to cite the documents of obscure subcommittees of the bishops’ conference to kick sand on the authoritative pronouncements of the Magisterium, one wonders how they would square their dissent with the USCCB’s unambiguous and detailed effort to catechize the faithful about the importance of the new translations.
Now even more people can see their names!