Cardinal George on liturgical translations, abuse scandals, the ?price of citizenship' [CWN]

In an interview with America magazine, Cardinal Francis George of Chicago discussed his illness and addressed a range of questions. Strongly criticizing the English translation of the …

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Vatican II mandated the use of Latin be preserved in the liturgy. It did, however, allow vernacular on a “haud raro” (not rarely) basis. This was biasly translated as “frequently” and then ICEL proceeded to translate the entire Mass. For nice royalties, I may add.

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