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In Latin.
56% (2015 votes)
In a translation of the Latin that is as literal as possible.
28% (1018 votes)
In a translation that is in natural, easy-to-understand English.
15% (556 votes)
Total votes: 3589
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Thank you for taking the time to take this month&#39;s poll.
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In this month&#39;s <a href="/translations">Sounding Board survey</a>, Bishop Donald W. Trautman argues that the new translation of the Missal is incomprehensible. Read about the changes and tell us how they sound to you.
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<h5><a href="/translations">Please take our entire survey on the new translations of the Roman Missal by clicking here.</a> </h5>
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The results will appear in the July 2010 issue of <em>U.S. Catholic</em>. <a href="https://www.cambeywest.com/usc/uscpaids.asp" target="_blank">Order your copy today! </a>
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Submitted by Don R (not verified) on

All you can say about this survey is that it reflects the population of people that actually took the survey not the average Catholic. I would bet if you polled the average Catholic at Sunday mass the statistics would be completely reversed.

I am reminded of a magazine that predicted Alf Landon would win the 1936 Presidential Election in a landslide based on their survey. The readership was staunchly Republican, and the survey reflected the views of the readship. We all know that Roosevelt won in a landslide.

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