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Most of the liturgical problems we see nowadays are obvious because they're visual, like altar girls, or Communion in the hand, or the orientation of the altar. But there are subtle changes that sometimes go unnoticed. They're not as much about what you see in the liturgy as what you hear. The scriptural texts used in the liturgy were changed in the 1960s, and these changes include abandoning the ancient translation Christ Himself used and using the language of the Roman Empire rather than that of the Church.