The Catholic Bishops of Italy, it is said, have taken to their hearts the Bergoglian translation of ‘Et ne nos inducas in tentationem’.

What reports have been shy to relate is the unanimous appeal by the Conference of Bishops for the Holy Father to provide a new translation of ‘Panem nostrum quotidianum da nobis hodie.’

Said Fr Thomas Rosica: ‘Scholars have puzzled for centuries over the meaning of this obscure phrase. We can be sure that the Holy Father, who is gifted by the Holy Spirit in all matters, including Greek morphology, will unlock the mystery, not only for Italians, but for us all.’

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