Re: [liturgy-l] New Roman Missal
- I went to the 12:00 Mass at the Shrine of the Immaculate Conception in DC
on Sunday, because inter alia they do a VG job liturgically and musically.
Everything came off pretty much as expected, with the celebrant staying on
message except when he said "We" rather than "I" in beginning a section of
the Creed. There was a service sheet which bolded the places where new
language was involved. The Mass began without explanation of new language
going to be used - we all simply did it, and that was fine. And of course
there were goofs on the part of the people throughout. But the language
itself came across as good liturgical language, i.e., a cut above normal street
In a message dated 11/29/2011 9:07:22 A.M. Eastern Standard Time,
That sounds like what you need, rather than a Daily Missal.
Good comments here locally about the new Mass translation. I've heard
several say why weren't they given this back in the 60's?
Steve Benner <oremussteve@...> wrote:
>I'm really only interested in looking at the Order of Mass and the------------------------------------
>translations of the basic propers (collects esp). I assume that the
>new Missal only has 1 collect for each Sunday (and not one for each
>year of the 3-year cycle). Assuming that's the case, then would my
>needs be met with the St Joseph annual missal? I don't really want to
>spend $60 for a missal I'd never actually use.
>Fr. Steve Benner
>daily prayer, liturgy, hymns, prayer resources since 1993
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