Shocking Example: How The Novus Ordo Manipulates Holy Scripture

On Tuesday 12 October 2021, in the 28th week of Ordinary Time, year B, the Novus Ordo group reads Romans 1:16-25 at the Eucharist.

A day later, on October 13, Romans 2:1-11 is read. Thus Romans 1: 26-28 is omitted. It says:

“Therefore, God gave them up to degrading passions. Their women exchanged natural intercourse for unnatural, and in the same way also the men, giving up natural intercourse with women, were consumed with passion for one another.

Men committed shameless acts with men and received in their own persons the due penalty for their error. And since they did not see fit to acknowledge God, God gave them up to a debased mind and to things that should not be done.”

This is the Novus Ordo method: When the translation cannot be forced, the annoying text is eliminated. This begs the question: Whom do the Novus Ordo guys want to fool? God?

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Ivan Tomas
That is not shocking anymore. At least not for those who pay attention. They are doing this for last 60 and more years.
Thank you, this is so important. The mafia is in league with the devil, coming like a roaring lion seeking whom it may devour. It is so important to be clear on what is the dogma of the Church, in order to avoid falling into sin, and eventually, perhaps being condemned to hell.
Jan Joseph
In de Novus Ordo mis worden de afgod Pachamama van paus Franciscus aanbeden.
la verdad prevalece
Years ago I asked who was in charge of choosing the texts to read during Mass, precisely because I realized that the texts condemning sodomy were maliciously omitted.
Rand Miller
Let's just talk about luv and mercy.
Hound of Heaven
This kind of selective excision is "bearing false witness" to the bedrock and essence of our Faith. It happens as well in Biblical translations used in the Novus Ordo where a more tepid, or politically correct word, is substituted for the passion and power of the original.
Deny Baptism of Bood? Or Desire? Sad for you!
I heard the same of the breviary ??
John A Cassani
Without a doubt. The imprecatory psalms are eliminated, along with anything else thought “problematic” by the reformers, like dashing the heads of Babylonian children off of rocks. Jesus’ prayerbook is not good enough for NO catholics.