Re: Fwd: A preview
- Dr. Dobbins Thank you for your good post. I lost track of the progress here and it is encouraging to see one more step, by Bishops being made towards Union within that dimension of fidelity Our pope yearns to have with all Catholics.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, James Dobbins <jhdphd@...> wrote:
> Wednesday, May 27, 2009 Sneak Peek At The New Mass
> You may have heard that the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops
> (USCCB) has been granted permission to revise the English order (wording) of
> the Mass. While the new language is still being voted on by the bishops,
> they have provided a website that will give you an idea of the proposed
> changes. Visit http://www.usccb.org/liturgy/missalformation/index.shtml for
> an idea of what will be changing, as well as some more in-depth information.
> This change is a good thing because it reflects an attempt to more
> accurately represent the Latin text that has been in use by The Church for
> hundreds of years. The care that is being put into the translation process
> also emphasizes the sacredness of the Mass and the importance of the
> language that is used. The Mass is the supreme sacrifice that can be offered
> to God the Father and it is extremely important that the words convey the
> appropriate meaning.
> James H. Dobbins, Ph.D., Esq.
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