COMMENTARY: Aside from Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger, no curial cardinal achieved more on critically important issues than did the Chilean cardinal, who died Oct. 3.
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The USCCB’s correction, which takes effect Ash Wednesday (Feb. 17), was prompted by Vatican concerns over doctrinal precision and fidelity to the original Latin.
A Feb. 4 note from the USCCB’s Committee on Divine Worship said the correction will take effect in the dioceses of the US from Feb. 17, Ash Wednesday.
He clarified that bishops’ conferences given the faculty of ‘judging the goodness and consistency ... in the translations ... in dialogue with the Holy See.’
In a new article, the prefect of the Congregation for Divine Worship discusses the effects of the Pope’s recent revisions to canon law governing liturgical translations.
One of the U.S. Church’s greatest leaders is hailed as a missionary bishop who spoke with a prophetic voice, by those who worked alongside him.