- Dec 5, 2019
Ireland’s Catholic bishops have criticized the use of intolerant language when it comes to discussions around migration and refugees.
Indigenous people in Canada are reintroducing native languages into Mass.
When Bishop Lucius Hre Kung of Hakha, Myanmar, visited St. Barnabas Parish in Indianapolis two years ago, a mere six families comprised the parish’s Hakha Chin Catholic refugee community.
By introducing a Swahili Mass, an African immigrant to Canada is hoping to bring others back to the Church.
Indigenous people risk losing their native languages.
Why do so many priests, who have to say the words of the new translation, dislike them? Maybe because the principle of intentionally elevated language wasn’t explained.