Roman Missal Changes to Mass Rejected by Majority of Catholic Priests / Huffington Post

It’s been more than two years since Catholics across the U.S. switched to a new Roman Missal, the prayers and instructions that make up the ritual ‘call and response’ during Mass, but a new survey finds that a majority of priests still said they ‘don’t like it.’

“The survey results, released Tuesday (Apr. 8) by the Catholic research organization Center for Applied Research in the Apostolate, or CARA, show 52 percent of priests said they disliked the updated Roman Missal. Many said the new missal is too formal, awkward and distracting from worship.”

By Jaweed Kaleem, Huffington Post — Click here to read the rest of this story.

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  1. #1 by sally murphy doganieri on April 9, 2014 - 9:02 PM

    Now all we need to do is put the resurrected Christ back on the altar. Perhaps the resurrected Christ with the cross behind Him. We are after all people of the Resurrection. There is hope within the church again. Jesus is back in charge.


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