Very small change.

Vatican confirms new translation of prayer of absolution

The new English translation of the prayer of absolution will be implemented starting in 2023 in the United States. During the USCCB’s Spring …
Jeffrey Ade
It would be a miracle if their were any valid orders in the Vatican what with all the changes!
Ultraviolet
@Jimmy akaPavel Chadwick Dragos You can yawn in any language. The Pope doesn't "run" the FSSP, either.
"And the only entity the says mass in latin are churches affiliated with the FSSP "
Jimmy doesn't know who the ICKSP are and it shows. :D Go look 'em up, genius. :D
"That should be a huge red flag: "
Jimmy makes a Genetic Fallacy. Things are good or bad on their own merits, not because of their …More
@Jimmy akaPavel Chadwick Dragos You can yawn in any language. The Pope doesn't "run" the FSSP, either.

"And the only entity the says mass in latin are churches affiliated with the FSSP "

Jimmy doesn't know who the ICKSP are and it shows. :D Go look 'em up, genius. :D

"That should be a huge red flag: "
Jimmy makes a Genetic Fallacy. Things are good or bad on their own merits, not because of their source.

"because he controls it and can shut it down any time he wants."

Jimmy makin' facts up as he goes along. As usual. New fake name same old Jimmy tactics, same old Jimmy lies.

No matter, the mods'll be along sooner or later.
cmoulthrop
SSPX
Ultraviolet
*Yawns in Latin* :D Traditionalist priests still use the original text, regardless of how it's translated.
God Is Everything
I was told this by a confessor several months ago. Personally, I don't see a problem with it, it seems more like a retranslation than a deliberate abuse. I'm also comfortable with equating Holy Spirit and Holy Ghost, I doubt God minds being called a either a Spirit or a Ghost. Maybe this bothers some Trad Catholics and I'm condemn as a liberal now, but I think we need to use our reasoning on some …More
I was told this by a confessor several months ago. Personally, I don't see a problem with it, it seems more like a retranslation than a deliberate abuse. I'm also comfortable with equating Holy Spirit and Holy Ghost, I doubt God minds being called a either a Spirit or a Ghost. Maybe this bothers some Trad Catholics and I'm condemn as a liberal now, but I think we need to use our reasoning on some minor changes, otherwise we end up worshiping words instead of worshipping God much like protestant do with Sola Scriptura. God is magnificent enough to flexible on some things.
Dr Bobus
Spirit comes from the Latin Spiritus. Ghost comes from the German Geist