garpu (garpu) wrote in little_details,

Roman Catholic Lectionary in 1969

Little nitpicky detail, but what translation was the Roman Catholic Church using in 1969 in the US for its lectionary?  I know the NAB (what's used now) dates from 1970.  (if it helps, I know 1969 was Cycle A in the new lectionary.)

This page says that the Ordo Lectionum Missae from 1969 (that the lectionary put out by the US Catholic Conference put out the same year is based upon) used the Vulgate, still.  Anyone remember?  The people I'd normally would ask are asleep, and the plotbunnies are biting.  I was born in 1974, so I don't remember. :)
Tags: ~religion: christianity: catholicism

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