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In the lasting inner turmoil of his years in the mission country, in the loathing and revulsion of spirit, in the mental torment of life with the Indians, St. Noël Chabanel underwent a supremely protracted and excruciating martyrdom. Every day was an agony for his sensibilities. He was the youngest and the last of the eight Jesuit martyrs of North America to die (on 8 December 1649).
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Certainly, the Second Vatican Council wished to promote greater active participation [and] fine initiatives were taken along these lines. However we cannot close our eyes to the disaster, the devastation and the schism that the modern promoters of a living liturgy caused by remodeling the Church’s liturgy according to their ideas. They forgot that the liturgical act is not just a PRAYER, but also and above all a MYSTERY in which something is accomplished for us that we cannot fully understand but that we must accept and receive in faith, love, obedience and adoring silence.
— Pope Francis' Chief Liturgist (31 March 2017)

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Official Lenten Acclamations In Latin & English
published 24 November 2013 by Corpus Christi Watershed

190 Missale Romanum Cum Lectionibus URING LENT, according to the official Ordo Lectionum Missae [source], instead of “Alleluia,” any of the following phrases may be used both before and after the Gospel Acclamation,:

      * *  Official Acclamations (PDF)

1. Gloria et laus tibi, Christe.
2. Gloria tibi, Christe, Sapientia Dei Patris.
3. Gloria tibi, Christe, Verbum Dei.
4. Gloria tibi, Domine, Fili Dei vivi.
5.  Laus et honor tibi, Domine Iesu.
6. Laus tibi, Christe, Rex aeternae gloriae.
7. Magna et mirabilia opera tua, Domine.
8. Salus et gloria et virtus Domino Iesu Christo.

1. Glory and praise to you, Lord Jesus Christ!
2. Glory to you, Lord Jesus Christ, Wisdom of God the Father!
3. Glory to you, Word of God, Lord Jesus Christ!
4. Glory to you, Lord Jesus Christ, Son of the Living God!
5. Praise and honor to you, Lord Jesus Christ!
6. Praise to you, Lord Jesus Christ, King of endless glory!
7. Marvelous and great are your works, O Lord!
8. Salvation, glory, and power to the Lord Jesus Christ!

TO RECAP, Fr. Felix Just and Pedro d’Aquino agree that the official translation of the US-authorized Lectionary, n. 223 (located after Saturday after Ash Wednesday) should be used.

Gospel Acclamations for Lent:
1) Glory and praise to you, Lord Jesus Christ!
2) Glory to you, Lord Jesus Christ, Wisdom of God the Father!
3) Glory to you, Word of God, Lord Jesus Christ!
4) Glory to you, Lord Jesus Christ, Son of the Living God!
5) Praise and honor to you, Lord Jesus Christ!
6) Praise to you, Lord Jesus Christ, King of endless glory!
7) Marvelous and great are your works, O Lord!
8) Salvation, glory, and power to the Lord Jesus Christ!