Visitors ask: Christmas Proclamation (Kalenda), New Missale Romanum (Novus Ordo)
Some noted that the PDF file linked in the original post below was out of date. I am posting something I found on Facebook which contains the updated translation from the revised Roman Missal... It appeared in the "Magnificat" magazine for December...
Some are seeking the Christmas Proclamation in the New Roman Missal. Here is the revised translation:
The Proclamation of The Nativity of Our Lord Jesus Christ by Sisters of Divine Providence on Tuesday, December 20, 2011 at 10:04 am (origin, Facebook post)
"The Twenty-Fifth Day of December, when ages beyond number had run their course from the creation of the world,when God in the beginning created heaven and earth, and formed man in his own likeness; when century upon century had passed since the Almighty set his bow in the clouds after the Great Flood, as a sign of covenant and peace; in the twenty-first century since Abraham, our father in faith, came out of Ur of the Chaldees; in the thirteenth century since the People of Israel were led by Moses in the Exodus from Egypt; around the thousandth year since David was anointed King; in the sixty-fifth week of the prophet Daniel; in the one hundred and ninety-fourth Olympiad; in the year seven hundred and fifty-two since the foundation of the City of Rome; in the forty-second year of the reign of Caesar Octavian Augustus, the whole world being at peace, Jesus Christ, eternal God and Son of the eternal Father, desiring to consecrate the world by his most loving presence, was conceived by the Holy Spirit, and when nine months had passed since his conception, was born of the Virgin Mary in Bethlehem of Judah, and was made man: The Nativity of Our Lord Jesus Christ according to the flesh."
From the Roman Missal, Third Edition, Appendix I, retrieved from Magnificat, December 2011, vol. 13, no. 10., p. 26.