I posted twice last summer on changes to be made in the Roman Missal, the large red book from which the priest prays at Mass at the chair and the altar.
This installment of an occasional Link of the Day refers you to a page the US Bishops have up with information and resources on the forthcoming text for our prayer: Third Edition of the Roman Missal. The page includes a history of the Roman Missal, the process for this new edition, FAQ's, resources, examples of changes in texts and responses and sections for the assembly and for celebrants.
There will be an extended period of preparation before the implementation of the new missal, the date for which has not yet been determined.
It's not too early, however, to begin to acquaint ourselves with what's ahead for us in our liturgy. In addition to the link in this post, you can always find the same on the sidebar, listed as USCCB: Third Edition Roman Missal.
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