Saturday, February 19, 2011

Quote of the Day

I've no problems with changing things – it's part of my philosophy that you've got to change and grow and develop. It's the fact that this is going backwards instead of going forwards . . . I won't be saying the priest part. If the people want to do the responses in the new translation, it's up to them.

– Father John Crothers
Quoted in "Priests Threaten Mass Exodus Over Changes to Liturgy"
by Leesha McKenny and Barney Zwartz
Sydney Morning Herald
February 19, 2011

See also the previous Wild Reed post:
Quote of the Day – September 9, 2011

Recommended Off-site Links:
Liturgist Anthony Ruff Drops Speaking Engagements Over Missal Translation Process – Nancy Frazier O’Brien (The Catholic Review, February 15, 2011).
An Open Letter to the U.S. Catholic Bishops on the Forthcoming Missal – Anthony Ruff (America, February 14, 2011).
What If We Said "Wait"? – Michael G. Ryan (
America via The Progressive Catholic Voice, December 13, 2009).
The New Translation is a Betrayal of Vatican II – Joseph S. O'Leary (September 10, 2010).
The Latest Version of the New Translation of the Roman Canon – Joseph S. O'Leary (October 19, 2010).
Wikileaks Announces New Text of Roman Missal – Joseph S. O'Leary (December 16, 2010).
Another Attempt to Defend the New Translation of the Missal – Joseph S. O'Leary (February 8, 2011).
Plugging – or Apologizing For? – the New Missal Translation in Boston – Joseph S. O'Leary (February 9, 2011).
Paul Turner's Defense(?) of the New Missal Translation – Joseph S. O'Leary (February 10, 2011).

1 comment:

Unknown said...

I betcha he'll cash his paycheck, though.

People like him don't have the guts to be real rebels. Because in their heart they know that few would follow them.