I think you’ve missed the boat on what everyone’s trying to say. The liturgical documents all say that no one has the authority to change the wording used at the Mass nor the rubrics. It’s not just the simple question of using “Human”, as opposed to “Man.” This “change” and “novelty” that the priest is introducing is in clear violation of the General Instruction of the Roman Missal and Redepmtionis Sacramentum. In fact, it is a reprobate practice.
You’re not being an upstart by calling this issue into question. I’m assuming, through your nickmane, that you are a lawyer. As an attorney, you must follow the rules and codes of the courtroom as established by your state. If you err, the judge can dismiss your case and you lose an a technicality. Conversely, if the other side is not following the rules of evidence or the code of the courtroom, the judge can rule in your favor. The same holds true for the Mass. All of us must follow all of the texts and rubrics as approved by the Holy See. We are bound by obedience to Peter and his Successors. The bishops’ conferences, too, must receive approval from the Holy See before any changes are made. They, too, are bound by obedience.
When Jesus cleaned out the Temple, he did so because of the abuses that were going on in his Father’s house. Granted, we hope we don’t have money changers in our churches. Nonetheless, we need to have the same “zeal” when it comes to the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass.