Canadian bishops' web site prepares for new Mass translation
CWN - August 16, 2011
The Canadian bishops' conference has launched a new web site to help Catholic prepare for the introduction of a new English translation of the Roman Missal, which will be introduced on the First Sunday of Advent.
The web site includes bulletin announcements, links to seminars and workshops on the new translation, FAQs, and background information on the process of the translation.
The Canadian bishops' site also provides links to similar resources being developed by episcopal conferences in the US, Australia, England and Wales, India, Ireland, and elsewhere in the English-speaking world.
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Posted by: Pseudodionysius -
Aug. 16, 2011 10:04 PM ET USA
Well, I just pulled down a 45 page document in Adobe Acrobat from the Dominican House of Studies in Washington DC (for free distribution), am a Magnificat subscriber, and surf the NLM blog as well as ordering my new Manual of Indulgences from the USCCB website. I'm sorry, but the CCCB website is too little, too late and the music settings they've put up their for the new GIRM are dreadful. Sorry to be a party pooper, but since Diogenes is on indefinite hiatus I'm doing my part.