Tag Archives: New Translation

Scotland’s Bishops to deploy the new, corrected translation in September

My emphases in this story from CNA: Glasgow, Scotland, Apr 12, 2011 / 07:19 pm (CNA).- Scotland’s bishops have become the latest to give their backing to the new English translation of the Roman Missal. The bishops said the new … Read More

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Dissident Irish priests whinge about new translation, again, after meeting with Irish Bishops

The dissenting Association of Catholic Priests in Ireland, whom we treated here, are having a nutty over the decision of the Irish Bishops Conference not to conform to dissent but rather conform to will of Rome.   These members of the … Read More

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Ireland: obsessing over the wrong problem

The Church in Ireland is in trouble!   Disaster looms!   The meteor is coming straight at them! The NEW TRANSLATION of the Missal must be STOPPED! Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid are at the top of the cliff.  Sundance … Read More

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Everything’s up to date in Kansas City, MO.

I caught this excellent post over at SERVIAM! And while the sweet sounds of bats upon balls heralds another year of America’s Pastime, the spring training to which I refer is of an even more sacred kind (as hard as … Read More

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Australia: Some priests claim they will refuse to use the new English translation of Mass

The fruits of the “Spirit of Vatican II” are detaching from the vine. There was an article the Australian site The Age, I believe of Melbourne, about some priests who claim they will refuse to use the new, corrected translation … Read More

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Dissident Irish priests try to create discord and resentment against the new translation

I direct your attention to the Holy Father’s Letter to Catholics in Ireland.  Last year Pope Benedict suggested to the Irish people that they give special attention to traditional forms of piety, prayer and penance. Now we read that a … Read More

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England and Wales will use new translation in September, not December

The UK’s best Catholic weekly, The Catholic Herald, has a story stating that… New Mass translation to be used in parishes from September By Mark Greaves The new English translation of the Order of Mass will be used in parishes … Read More

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PODCAzT 111: 4th Eucharistic Prayer; don Camillo (Part IX)

Herein we compare the lame-duck ICEL version of the 4th Eucharistic Prayer now still in use with the new, approved and corrected translation which we will soon be able to hear in our Churches.  I use the Latin original, and … Read More

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“new translation” or “corrected translation”? WDTPRS POLL!

POLL BELOW! I found this note about the new translation of the Roman Missal at SERVIAM.  My emphases and comments: I would like to propose a change in our “default” reference to the upcoming translation changes to the Roman Missal. … Read More

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Division in the pews!

There is a workshop going in Milwaukee, WI sponsored by the USCCB-FLDC about the implementation of the new English translation of the Roman Missal. There in article about this workshop in Journal Sentinel.  There is not much in this article … Read More

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Archbp. Nichols slaps down The Tablet’s coverage of the new translation

From the "Hoist On His Own Petard" file: Here is something from the blog of Damian Thompson which I missed the other day… as I was traveling and my iPhone was on vacation. It seems that the Rome correspondent of … Read More

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Start teaching Gregorian chant to parishes before the new translation starts

Latin is not, as some claim, tooo haaard for parishes. From a priest reader: I’ve been thinking about the new translation of the Novus Ordo.  Suddenly, all of the old music will be out, of no use.  I wondered what … Read More

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