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DALLAS MORNING NEWS: on Father Weinberger

By Fr. Wilson (articles ) | Jan 05, 2004

The Dallas daily takes note of a sad day for the people of God in Dallas.

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  • Posted by: - Jan. 05, 2004 12:57 PM ET USA

    Worshippers have traveled weekly from Euless, Farmers Branch, Richardson and elsewhere to attend the special Mass, a Latin translation of the modern Catholic rite. Did anyone else notice that quote? I think it rather telling that the journalist thought that the Latin liturgy was a translation of the English-language Mass. Can anyone seriously maintain that this is what the Vatican II fathers wanted when they wrote Sacrosanctum Concilium?

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