Francis Removes Latin als Normative Novus Ordo Language
Most of the long text deals with standard matters. A revolutionary move is contained in Number 54 which says that Latin is no longer required for a normative typical edition of liturgical books.
The language seems to be deliberately incomprehensible, “Having obtained recognitio by decree of the Congregation for Divine Worship and the Discipline of the Sacraments the texts of the Proper, in Latin or in another language, are to be considered typical.”
However, in the Novus Ordo it doesn't matter whether a text has a "recognitio" or not as every priest does what he wants anyway.
The decree allows adaptions ("inculturation") including texts drawn up solely in the vernacular.
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