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A new version of the Gospel of Mark in the Plains Cree language is the first step in a new project to provide an up-to-date translation of the New Testament.
The new translation, sponsored by the Canadian Bible Society and Wycliffe Bible Translators of Canada, was launched here May 19.
The publication of Mark's Gospel is part of the larger Western Cree Bible Translation Project, which aims to publish the entire New Testament and about 40 per cent of the Old Testament into the Plains Cree "Y" dialect, said project coordinator Ruth Heeg.
The translation was completed by the Rev. Stan Cuthand, an Anglican priest from Saskatoon, with Cree readers continuing the long, ongoing process of reviewing the translation, she said.
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