Tag Archives: Missal

It Will Be DECADES Before Pope Francis’ Updated “Lord’s Prayer” Makes It Into English.

by Anura Guruge


Click image to access the U.K. ‘The Sun’ original.


The U.K. Catholic Church is NOT defying the pope or Rome. They would never do that. To much to lose, especially in ‘Church of England‘ U.K.

They are just exploiting a VALID technicality.

The official prayers for all languages are contained in a Vatican-approved, language-specific missal.

The NEW Lord’s Prayer, as yet, will ONLY appear in the Italian missal. That, obviously, is not what is used in the U.K.

It takes years, if not decades, for the vernacular versions to be translated (from the Latin) and approved by the Vatican. Hence, why there will be a long, long delay before English speaking Catholics will have to re-learn the Lord’s Prayer.

But, rest assured, the pope has the right & authority to change the Lord’s Prayer.


Related posts:
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by Anura Guruge

Pope Francis Gives INTO Temptation And Changes The “Lord’s Prayer”!

by Anura Guruge


Click for U.K. “Express” original.



I wrote about this in December 2018.


 

Click to ENLARGE and read. From: ucatholic.com.


HUGE change, but it will not be instantaneous.

It will first appear in the Italian Missal — which has yet to be published.

It will then take years before it percolates into the other Missals — especially English.

What is bothering many is that the Pope’s change will ONLY apply to the Catholic version. So, we will now have two versions of the Lord’s Prayer; the Catholic version and the non-Catholic version.

What fun.

However, as I said in my December 2018 post, I do AGREE with the pope (for a rare change).


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by Anura Guruge

Roman (Vatican) Curia, With Names, At-A-Glance, As Of October 2016 — by Br. César J. Tobón.

by Anura Guruge


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Click to ENLARGE and read here. Use link below to download image as a PDF.

 Click here to download the image as a small (clean) PDF.

Copyright of this beautiful document belongs to Br. César J. Tobón.


Click here for January 2016 version
also by Br. César J. Tobón.


Related posts:
Br. César J. Tobón: 2016 consistory.
Br. César J. Tobón: 2015 Christmas greetings.
Br. César J. Tobón: 2015 consistory.
Br. César J. Tobón: 2014 consistory.
Br. César J. Tobón: Benedict XVI Missal.


by Anura Guruge

Roman (Vatican) Curia, With Names, At-A-Glance, by Br. César J. Tobón.

by Anura Guruge


curiadsfsf

Click to ENLARGE and read here. Use link below to download image as a PDF.

 Click here to download the image as a small (clean) PDF.

Copyright of this beautiful document belongs to Br. César J. Tobón.


Related posts:
Br. César J. Tobón: 2015 Christmas greetings.
Br. César J. Tobón: 2015 consistory.
Br. César J. Tobón: 2014 consistory.
Br. César J. Tobón: Benedict XVI Missal.


by Anura Guruge

Br. César J. Tobón’s Inspired Christmas Greeting For 2015 With Pope Francis Homily From 2014.

by Anura Guruge


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Click to ENLARGE. Translations below.


Br. César J. Tobón, of Mexico, is ANOTHER of my valued Internet friends.
In 2014 he sent me this wonderful graphic ahead of the February 2014 consistory.
That was how we ‘met’. Then in 2015 he repeated the kind gesture for the February consistory.

Br. César J. Tobón has had the privilege of holding the Missal
for Pope Benedict XVI (#266) at a Papal Mass. q.v. below.


Here is the translation of the Pope Francis, December 24, 2014
homily quoted at the top of the greeting.

“How do we welcome the tenderness of God? Do I allow myself to be taken up by God, to be embraced by him, or do I prevent him from drawing close? “But I am searching for the Lord” – we could respond. Nevertheless, what is most important is not seeking him, but rather allowing him to seek me, find me and caress me with tenderness. The question put to us simply by the Infant’s presence is: do I allow God to love me?”

Click here for the entire original from the Vatican.

The words after that are “Best Wishes and Blessings” to his family, follow students, friend etc.


Br. César J. Tobón holding the Missal for Pope Benedict XVI.


by Anura Guruge