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September 4th, 2012
How Do You Feel About the New Liturgy…Now?

It has been several months now since the revision of the liturgy of the mass has taken effect. Now how do you feel about it? Father Dave handles listener emails on this topic.

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  • John Fruner

    I have gotten used to changes in the mass prayers but they aren’t “new” at all but just a return to the previous translations used before the Novus Ordo came out. The sactramentary prayers are horrible. The beautiful flow of the English langauge that once engaged people in the liturgy is gone. Phrases are too long and too many dependent clauses. I’m an educator and the students don’t get it at all. An English class diagramed opening prayers from the sacramentary and compared it to the Third Edition of the Roman Missal. Visually you can see what was done to what worked. What makes things worse is when we use the Order of Christian Funerals of the RCIA. Those prayers are beautiful and can be understood. Then we have to endure the language in the Roman Missal. What a mess this is! The Lutheran Book of Prayer is so much better!

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