“This new translation is being imposed on us without adequate consultation and without apparent respect for the needs and cultural sensitivities of the American church.” — Fr. Charles Bouchard, OP
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Alert: Give Us This Day is a really fantastic product! You’ll want to know about it. Fr. Anthony Ruff, OSB, from Pray Tell spoke with the editor of the new product, Mary Stommes.
The Vox Clara Committee made no changes to the text, only recommendations to the Congregation for Divine Worship in order to assist in its review of the text.
“There is extraordinary openness and enthusiasm for the new translations,” says Msgr. James Moroney in The Wanderer.
We hope to release the Missal for implementation on the First Sunday of Advent of 2011 and should be able to do so if the final text is in our hands well before the end of 2010. However, the extraordinary confusion of late about the state and status of the text of the new Roman Missal suggests that all publication plans are at best hopeful predictions.
PrayTell speaks with Fr. Richard Vega, president of the U.S. Catholic National Federation of Priests’ Councils.
PrayTell visits with Bishop Gregory Aymond, archbishop of New Orleans. Bishop Aymond begins his term as chairman of the Bishop’s Committee on Divine Worship this coming November.
Several weeks ago I had the opportunity to sit down with the folks at DivineOffice.org to discuss how they got started and what the future holds for them. I was very excited to learn that this project has its roots right here in Salt Lake City. The people behind this wonderful ministry are: Dane Falkner, Denise Winters, Greg Pedroza, and Christine Sharer. Below follows a summary of our conversation.
Pray Tell asked Jerry Galipeau for a publisher’s perspective on the timeline of the new English missal.
Pray Tell recently visited with Fr. Paddy Jones of the National Centre for Liturgy in Ireland. We asked about their plans to implement the new missal.