Liturgy action at day one of the USCCB powwow in Baltimore. According to BCDW president Bishop Arthur Seratelli, “We have been very encouraged by the participation of the body of bishops …” in submitting more than 300 amendments. The breakdown may or may not be interesting to you: 180 on vocabulary (gibbet, dew, deign, etc.), 90 on “syntax, grammar and sentence structure,” 14 breaks on long sentences, 13 translation inaccuracies. Of course, these amendments still have to be approved at the ICEL stage. The denial of every suggestion last time out was enough to scuttle June’s vote. Maybe post-election bishops are feeling confident? Rock says goodbye to gibbet, but I predict the ignominy of defeat will surface on the bureaucratic end of the translation process.
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