Icel.

Icel.

abbr.
1. Iceland
2. Icelandic
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'Gaming Through New Eyes' is a short documentary made by Berk Icel.
This meeting was co-hosted with the New Zealand Pacific Economic Cooperation Council, APEC Business Advisory Council, Business NZ and ICEL. Panellists included Chris Carson (Ministry of Primary Industries), Ken Geard and Catherine Graham (Fonterra), Alastair Macfarlane (NZ Seafood Council), Tim Ritchie (NZ Meat Industry Association), Mark Trainor, David Walker and Penny Ridings (MFAT), Scott Champion (Beef and Lamb NZ), Chris Nixon (NZIER), Charles Finny (NZ Trade and Enterprise) and Phil O'Reilly (Business NZ).
The shares began trading on The Nasdaq Global Market on July 25, 2013, under the ticker symbol "ICEL."
After a decade of increasingly acrimonious discussions and debate, the Holy See took decisive action against ICEL. In October 1999, citing incompetent translations of Latin liturgical texts into English, bad faith in dealing with Vatican officials, and unnecessary delays in conforming to Vatican translation guidelines, the Congregation for Divine Worship and the Discipline of the Sacraments judged that ICEL was not qualified to do the work it has been doing so poorly for the past 30 years.
"I was the first person in ICEL's history to be rejected--by [Chicago] Cardinal Francis George, who had just come aboard, and his agenda was clearly to reconstruct ICEL. Some months later all of the committees on ICEL were dismissed and the restructuring began."
"We don't know why they stopped the investigations," says Sukma Sani, head of research at ICEL.
After preliminary discussion, representatives of a number of English-speaking bishops' conferences met in late 1963 and formally established the International Commission on English in the Liturgy, or ICEL. Ten conferences--and by 1967, 11--established ICEL and commissioned it to call upon experts and, under the episcopal oversight of a board of 11 bishops, develop a common English text of the church's liturgy.
The company's common stock is expected to be listed on the NASDAQ Global Market under the symbol "ICEL." The number of shares to be offered and the price range for the offering have not been determined.
Somerville that "help is on the way," boasting of the new intervention by the Vatican in the affairs of the ICEL. Indeed, ICEL has produced a superb translation of the Mass by a Birmingham, U.K., priest, but it has already been rejected by proletarian bishops who reject its royal language.
At the time, it was not clear how the English-speaking bishops would respond to Vatican pressure for reform of ICEL. Some observers felt Vox Clara amounted to an implied threat to the bishops: Go along with Liturgiam Authenticam, or we'll use Vox Clara as an "end-run," cutting ICEL out of the translation process altogether.
But in the fall of 2002 he circulated a three-page document, illustrated with photos, entitled Renouncing My Service on ICEL. It was printed by Angelus Press in Kansas, a press of Catholic "traditionalists" who support the schismatic Society of St.