The task, the people, and the limitations to what we can expect.
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A leaked list of members of the Vatican commission to revise Liturgiam authenticam has appeared. It represents a wide range of opinions on questions of liturgy, translation, reform, and church.
I think this notion that “Pope Francis doesn’t care about liturgy” needs to be revised. He cares; he just has not acted in the way many people expect a person who “cares about liturgy” to act.
Abbot Emeritus Cuthbert Johnson, a key player in the “translation wars”, has died
It seems likely that Pope Francis would be interested in reexamining the issue of liturgical translation, given his interest in decentralization and greater respect for local and national churches.
We continue to hold him in prayer.
Martin Klöckener in Interview: Was Missal Translation an Issue in the Naming of the 27 New CDW Members?
Perhaps Pope Francis named Bishop Morerod and Bishop Aubertin to the Congregation for Divine Worship because of the controversy around the translation of the missal.
Commentators have not been shy in naming the significance of the shift.
“The Eucharist deserves — and is receiving — the best of our cultures.”
Among those named is Archbishop Piero Marini. Departing are Cardinals Burke, Pell, and Piacenza.