Wednesday, June 29, 2011

Before the Vernacular Mass

The Young Fogey hints at the existence of a "super-rare 1949 Decree of the Holy Office allowing the translation of the Missale Romanum into literary Chinese" — From FB.

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OpenID kuiwon said...

The indulgence was in existence as early as the 17th century from what I recall by Pope Paul V. You can find it here:

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Blogger 유미 said...

I remember reading about a Jewish man in Israel who converted to Catholicism and later became a priest. He offered the mass in Hebrew as a special indult from the Holy See. This was in 1955: almost a decade before the end of the Second Vatican Council.

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