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Catholics strongly support new Mass translation after first year

WASHINGTON D.C., Nov 30, 2012 (CNA).- One year after the Church introduced revisions to the English-language liturgy, an overwhelming majority of Catholics continue to view the changes in a positive light.

Alaska Catholics called to embrace additional changes at Mass

ANCHORAGE, ALASKA, Dec 11, 2011 (CNA).- On Sunday, Nov. 27, Roman Catholic parishes across the United States and much of the English-speaking world officially began using the newest translation of the Roman Missal — the sacred text for the Mass. In Alaska, those linguistic modifications were coupled with several posture changes for the faithful and other instructions regarding the celebration of Mass.

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