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The General Instruction of the Roman Missal, 2000. This document was first released on the internet through the U.S. Conference of Bishops' web site - a much appreciated release. Unfortunately, there were several errors. More surprising, however, were the number of typesetting errors in the official print production (28 at a glance): in places, normal type rather than italics; elsewhere, italics rather than normal; a few other typographical errors. We all make mistakes - while the document available here seeks to correct them, others may have been made in the process. If you copy parts of this text for citing, you should always verify it with the official edition, errors notwithstanding. Also, while there has been an attempt here to reproduce the typesetting styles of the print version's title, chapter headings and sub-headings, they will not necessarily produce the same results in all browsers.
The Fifth Instruction for the Right Implementation of the Constitution Sacrosanctum Concilium, 7th May 2001.
This disappointing document can be found at the Vatican site in Latin, English, French, German, and Spanish
Another text, greatly expanded, may be found at http://sor.cua.edu/Liturgy/Anaphora/index.html. It is the English translation from Syriac sources which is currently in use in the USA by the Syrian Orthodox Church of Antioch.