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"In accord with no. 55 of the instruction of the Congregation of Rites on music in the liturgy (March 5, 1967), the Conference of Bishops has determined that vernacular texts set to music composed in earlier periods may be used in liturgical services even though they may not conform in all details with the legitimately approved versions of liturgical texts (November, 1967). This decision authorizes the use of choral and other music in English when the older text is not precisely the same as the official version."
— Catholic Bishops for the dioceses of the United States (November, 1969)
Roman Missal Antiphons Vs. Roman Gradual Propers
published 13 January 2012 by Corpus Christi Watershed

Corpus Christi Watershed has expanded on Jeff Ostrowski’s recent publication on the New Liturgical Movement. You can read the full article by clicking here.

This article explains in detail the answer to the following (frequently asked) question: “Why aren’t the Propers from the Roman Gradual identical to the Mass Propers printed in the Roman Missal?” Included are many useful documents, including four (4) translations of an important quote by Pope Paul VI, seven (7) different versions of the General Instruction of the Roman Missal, an article by Christoph Tietze, and much more. The author extends his gratitude to Mr. Steven van Roode for his insights.

Read the entire article by clicking here.