Hebrew? I don’t see how a much later Aramaic-derived language fits into anything whatsoever.
Maybe that’s why:
“the Church from the very beginning ACCEPTED as HER OWN that very ANCIENT GREEK TRANSLATION of the Old Testament which is called the SEPTUAGINT” -(Dei Verbum 22)
Considering the above, maybe that is why:
‘YHWH’ NOT TO BE USED in liturgy, songs and prayers - letter addressed to the bishops’ conferences of the world concerns the use of the “Tetragrammaton,” the FOUR HEBREW letters YHWH. "In RECENT YEARS, the practice has CREPT IN”- Vatican City, Sep 3, 2008
Can’t make this stuff up. They know why they are doing it:
Jude 1:4 For CERTAIN MEN have CREPT IN unnoticed, who LONG AGO were ¹WRITTEN ABOUT for this CONDEMNATION, ungodly men, who turn the GRACE of our God into LEWDNESS and DENY the only Lord God and our Lord Jesus Christ. -( ¹προ·γεγραφ·μεν·οι = having-been-write-before-ed [written about])
Wow what on earth?
“’JEHOVAH/YHWH’ was NEVER USED in the LXX, the Samaritan Pentateuch , the Apocrypha , or in the New Testament" (Nor in ANY MANUSCRIPT of the various of Pseudo-Apocryphal, or Gnostic works of the OT/NT) - catholicapologetics.info
NT, CHRIST DOES NOT USE ‘JEHOVAH’; There are 5,000 copies of the New Testament Christian Greek Scriptures in existence today, yet NOT IN A SINGLE ONE do we find an occurrence of *YHWH/YHVY/Jehovah" (There’s obviously a reason)