A change in wording to the concluding doxology of orations in the Roman Missal, from “one God, for ever and ever” to “God, for ever and ever,” took effect on Ash Wednesday, Feb. 17. Article from National Catholic Reporter and America Magazine
You will now have to pay USCCB to distribute worship aids for mass. The special permissions for use of the readings in English and Mass prayers and readings in Spanish in light of the Covid-19 pandemic have expired. As of November 29, 2020, licensing will again be required to reprint the readings for Sundays and … Read more
USCCB has enacted special permissions for use of their materials. Through December 31, 2020, no permission is required for livestreaming of Masses and the Divine Office via social media. As always, relevant liturgical law should be observed regarding the choice and use of texts. Gratis permission is granted to include these texts in a downloadable … Read more
Published by USCCB November 2019. The Abbey Psalms and Canticles presents some of the most moving passages of the Bible in an accurate and poetic translation, beautifully bound in a handsome edition. Prepared by the Benedictine monks of Conception Abbey in Missouri, this translation establishes the definitive form of Psalms and canticles that will gradually appear … Read more
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March 18, 2020 – USCCB sent email message announcement of the availability of the Abbey Psalms and Canticles. Available from the USCCB online store. The description says “Prepared by the Benedictine monks of Conception Abbey in Missouri, this translation establishes the definitive form of Psalms and canticles that will gradually appear in official Catholic liturgical … Read more
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