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A series on the new Roman Missal and upcoming liturgical changes will begin with the February 11 edition of the Florida Catholic. The series will help you better understand the recent English translation of the new Roman Missal, which will soon be the way that most English-speaking Catholics around the world celebrate the Eucharist. Changes to the liturgy and release of the new Roman Missal are scheduled for the beginning of our next Liturgical Year in Advent 2011.

A series on the new Roman Missal and upcoming liturgical changes will begin with the February 11 edition of the Florida Catholic. The series will help you better understand the recent English translation of the new Roman Missal, which will soon be the way that most English-speaking Catholics around the world celebrate the Eucharist. Changes to the liturgy and release of the new Roman Missal are scheduled for the beginning of our next Liturgical Year in Advent 2011.

World Youth Day is a gathering of more than a million Catholic young adults, providing them an opportunity to experience Christian love and solidarity and strengthen their Baptismal vocation by responding to the universal call to holiness. Pope Benedict XVI will also participate in the pilgrimage. With this holy and powerful event occurring just six months away, the Florida Catholic will engage in an extended series focusing on many aspects of this pilgrimage. From former pilgrims, now adults to the prayerful consideration of this year’s pilgrims who will attend to the preparation, fundraising, participation and aftermath, read all about it in the Florida Catholic.