FYI—Clinton Allen Brand, Ph.D., K.S.G. is Associate Professor and Chair of the Department of English at the University of St. Thomas, Houston, Texas, and served as a member of the Anglicanae Traditiones Interdicasterial Commission.
"The principles ... claim no originality and are gleaned from the following, among others"(:)
- Uwe Michael Lang, The Voice of the Church at Prayer: Reflections on Liturgy and Language (San Francisco: Ignatius Press, 2012);
- Kevin W. Irwin, What We Have Done, What We Have Failed to Do: Assessing the Liturgical Reforms of Vatican II (New York: Paulist Press, 2013);
- Aidan Nichols, Looking at the Liturgy: A Critical View of Its Contemporary Form (San Francisco: Ignatius Press, 1996);
- Jeremy Driscoll, “Conceiving the Translating Task: The Roman Missal and the Vernacular,” in The Voice of the Church: A Forum on Liturgical Translation (Washington DC: United States Catholic Conference, 2001) 49–95;
- Bruce E. Harbert, “The Roman Rite and the English Language,” Antiphon 9 (2005) 16–29;
- and Daniel B. Gallagher, “What Has Language to do with Beauty? The Philosophical Foundations of Liturgical Translations,” in Benedict XVI and the Roman Missal, ed. Janet E. Rutherford and James O’Brien (Dublin: Four Courts Press, 2013) 226–244.