Friday, June 02, 2006

For Once, Liturgical Reform May Be a Good Thing

The U.S. bishops will be asked to approve a new translation of the Order of Mass when they meet in Los Angeles June 15-17.

If the new translation is adopted as proposed and subsequently approved by the Vatican, Catholics will have to learn a number of changes in their Mass prayers and responses.

While liturgical reforms have lately meant a change away from the traditional Mass, these reforms seem like an attempt to get back to them.

Take a look at the article here. They sound like a more literal translation of the Latin Mass.

The real question is whether the USCCB will elect to adopt these changes. For once, I hope they pass liturgical reform.

1 Comments:

Anonymous Savvy said...

Amen! But after observing their last session as televised by EWTN, it is obvious the authenticly Catholic bishops were "on to" the shenanigans of the sneaky lefties in shepherd's clothing. "The faithful won't be able to handle such changes after 30 plus years.", what a lot of bunk.

To anyone not knowing what is behind all the hijacking of VatII, they won't understand what all the fuss is about. "And also to you" vs "And with your spirit" for instance. Only the savvy Catholic will realize what is afoot and why. The infiltrators of The Church have tried for many centuries to blur the distinciton between priest and laity in an attempt to level the playing field.

No priest, no Mass. No, priest, no Eucharist. No priest, no Catholic Church...THE Church. Not gonna happen, folks!

Look for this to go to Rome.

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