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Friday, November 19, 2010
New Translation of the English Roman Missal: A Comprehensive Guide and Explanation
edit_button has recently unveiled a new lesson on their website to help explain the New Translation of the Roman Missal. The lesson is available as a 60-page document outlining the changes in the Liturgy from the perspective of the priest as well as the congregation. The text goes through the changes in the Liturgy over the past 2,000 years to best explain the reasons for the changes in this New Translation.
  • Chapter 1: The Source and Summit of the Christian Life
  • Chapter 2: A Brief History of the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass
  • Chapter 3: The Need for a New Translation of the Roman Missal
  • Chapter 4: What We Will Say (Changes for the Participants)
  • Chapter 5: What We Will Hear (Changes for the Celebrant)

This work is intended for the average Catholic to read and is a great tool for pastors to purchase and share with their congregations, CCD classes, RCIA students, etc, etc.

Here is a link for more information on the resource:

And see a preview of the book by clicking here!

You can also purchase physical copies of the book here:


del_button November 18, 2010 at 9:56 PM
rashid1891 said...

this is a very beautiful picture for this book

del_button November 19, 2010 at 9:28 AM
Laura said...

A very big congratulations on the publishing of your very first book!! I am sure you worked long and now that work has come to fruition. I am taking a look at it now, Matthew, so again, congrats!

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