There are two stages in the consideration of the ICEL translation the USCCB: A “Green Book” Consultation and a Canonical Vote on the ICEL “Gray Book.”
Archive for July 7th, 2010
A reliable source reports that some 10,000 changes were made by the Roman authorities to the missal text submitted to them.
That is the question asked in the subtitle of an article in the July-August issue of Adoremus Bulletin, “Liturgical Landmark: The New English Missal.” PrayTell is mentioned and quoted generously – we’re flattered by the attention!
“The Discussion of the Liturgy” from What Happened at Vatican II by John W. O’Malley.
The Liturgical Institute at Mundelein is celebrating its 10th anniversary.
This summer I started with Zygmunt Baumann’s piece on postmodernity entitled “Liquid Modernity.” Then I read Wm. Young’s “The Shack” which friends had been urging for a long time. I can see why. It’s a fascinating take on the Trinity and theodicy. I’ve also read Bill Barry’s “A Friendship Like No Other” and Jim Martin’s “Jesuit Guide to Almost Everything.” Both are wonderful spiritual guides. For ‘fun’ I’m reading