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Raymond Brown wrote:

> >I've heard a
> >couple of times priests speaking among them in Latin, but if they used
> >different pronounciations they wouldn't understand anything (hey, the
mass
> >in Latin is one thing I like of Le Febvre)!
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> The homily tends to be a bit heavy going for most in Latin  :)

Really, is also the homily in Latin? But before the Vatican II it wasn't,
was it?

> Ray,
> a lover of both Latin and the Mass (but not Lefebvrism).

Hey, hey! Not that I like LeFebvre's doctrine, but the Mass in Latin is
something really neat!

Luca

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