Here is a serious insider-canon-ball post about something which nevertheless affects a great many people, since it deals with our liturgical worship, namely, the words by which the priest introduces the Lord’s Prayer.
In the new, corrected translation we see:
23. Then the Priest, with hands joined, says aloud:No leeway. The priest is to say those words and not something else. No freedom to ad lib. We have to say the black and do the red.
At the Savior’s command
and formed by divine teaching,
we dare to say:
Bottom line. The “liturgist” says that the rubrics in the most recent Roman Missal don’t have to be obeyed because of a letter from 1973. Wrong. The new rubrics have to be followed.
I decided to respond to him in the comboxes, here is how I responded to him: