Now that we see Uganda retreating on its Kill-the-gays bill, perhaps we can hope to see the Vatican retreat from its kill-the-liturgy translations? This article gives hope: http://ncronline.org/news/faith-parish/seattle-pastor-begins-effort-review-new-missal-translations
"For months I’ve been talking with priest-friends and associates whose reaction to the coming new translations was the same as mine. They lived in dread of them. They felt they were inferior, clumsy, and altogether unworthy of our greatest prayer. And, like me, they knew that the “selling” of the translations to the people would rest on their shoulders and on the shoulders of pastors all over the world. How would they convince their people of the value of making such significant changes if they themselves were not only unconvinced of their value but actually convinced that the translations were a disaster-in-the-making?"