59% of priests do not like the new translation, compared with 39% who do. An overwhelming 80% agree that some of the language is awkward and distracting. 61% think the translation needs urgently to be revised, and do not want to see the other liturgical books translated in a like manner.
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Rita is well known in these parts. We give her a warm welcome as she moderates the blog for the coming month. Address all correspondence to her.
Chant I is June 10-12, Chant II is June 12-14.
Forum has been struggling financially in recent years because of diocesan office consolidations, staff reductions, and budget cuts.
Help us spread the word, especially to those young people whom you know who show a passion not only for liturgical music, but also for their faith and vocation. There is still time for youth and adult participants to apply, but not much – the hope is that all applications and materials be postmarked by May 15th.
May he rest in peace.
May our prayers go with Fr. Kevin in his paschal journey.
Keynote speakers are Msgr. Kevin Irwin and Msgr. Rick Hilgartner, and discussion moderators are Bob Hurd and Pedro Rubalcava.
The second annual Liturgical Music Institute will take place at the Seminary of the Immaculate Conception in Huntington, NY from June 23 to 28. This five day comprehensive program offers musical, liturgical and pastoral formation for both new and experienced liturgical musicians.
I like the subtitle of the institute a lot: “For a detailed and peaceful study of liturgy.” Amen to that.