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Catholic liturgy has new translation

Across the country, a revised text will be said at Mass. Some are minor tweaks, others not - and not everyone’s happy.

It is a habit as ingrained in Roman Catholics as making the Sign of the Cross:

“The Lord be with you,’’ says the priest at the altar. And from the pews comes an automatic: “And also with you.’’

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