Editor's reply: See our News in Brief item under Vatican, January 2007, p. 23. In liturgy C.I. follows wherever the Vatican takes the Church. In 1973, at the beginning of vernacular translations, the Church allowed a variance among languages about the translation of the phrase in question. Today, 33 years later, the Church thinks it better that there be unity of translation among all languages and texts about this phrase. This is just fine with us.
The letter of criticism from Theresa Smyth and Paul and Christina Tuns, (C.I., Jam 2007, pp. 4-5) of the "Show the Truth and Children" article by Amy Gordon (C.I., Nov. 2006, p. 37) has received a vigorous reaction from readers. The following three letters are the first of some 17 letters received so far. We hope to publish more in the March issue.--Editor
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