Moving the altar nearly in the middle under the cupola and placing a golden ring above it was the plan of the London architectural firm “Caruso St. John Architects.”
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Communion for the remarried: Swiss clergy and laity disobey, and head of German bishops calls for change in discipline
Forty priests and pastoral ministers from the Diocese of St. Gall, Switzerland, have issued a statement that they will continue to offer communion to the divorced and remarried.
As of March 2nd, 238 theology professors in German-speaking countries, 288 clergymen of the diocese of Freiburg, and 287 religion teachers in Germany have signed on to the statement calling for massive reforms in the Roman Catholic Church.
The former abbot of Einsiedeln, Georg Holzherr, stated that the Vatican is betraying the spirit of the Second Vatican Council with the commission Ecclesia celebrans. German-language translation work was far advanced at the end of the 1990s, only to land in the archives.
In many cases the German bishops elected to retain the current text of the Missal. Dutch speakers have only recently begun to work on a new translation.