Appointed by UCAM, ComTranslations Translates Vatican Book
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NEW YORK, NY (June 27, 2012) - ComTranslations was commissioned by UCAM to translate from Italian to Spanish "L' Eucaristia grembo della Chiesa. In cammino verso il 50º Congresso eucaristico internazionale di Dublino" -- a book published by Libreria Editrice Vaticana for the 50th International Eucharistic Congress 2012.
"L' Eucaristia grembo della Chiesa. In cammino verso il 50º Congresso eucaristico internazionale di Dublino" was published by Libreria Editrice Vaticana, for the 50th International Eucharistic Congress 2012.
We are humbled and honored to be considered to translate books of such value, significance and importance, said Carlos Garcia, ComTranslations CEO.
Madrid, Spain (PRWEB UK) 26 June 2012
The Catholic University San Antonio of Murcia (UCAM) has recently commissioned ComTranslations, its official translation agency, to translate "L' Eucaristia grembo della Chiesa. In cammino verso il 50º Congresso eucaristico internazionale di Dublino" from Italian to Spanish. The volume, published by Libreria Editrice Vaticana, contains a series of theological, pastoral and historical reflections, and was developed in preparation for the 50th International Eucharistic Congress held in Dublin 10 to 17 June 2012.
As the Congress coincides with the 50th anniversary of the Second Vatican Council, "L' Eucaristia grembo della Chiesa. In cammino verso il 50º Congresso eucaristico internazionale di Dublino" is an important means to promote the renewed catechesis of the mystery of the Eucharist and its social-cultural celebration, as well as the reconciliation and renewal of the Eucharistic worship. It was imperative that the volume was translated accurately, with careful attention to the specific vernacular of the religious texts, to preserve meaning, delivering a clear, unaltered message throughout the interpreted version.
"We are humbled and honored to be considered to translate books of such value, significance and importance," said Carlos Garcia, ComTranslations CEO, and added: "This is also a great testament to the high-quality work provided by our company, thanks to our talented translators."
Following "L' Eucaristia grembo della Chiesa. In cammino verso il 50º Congresso eucaristico internazionale di Dublino," UCAM commissioned ComTranslations to translate other volumes published by Libreria Editrice Vaticana, from Italian to Spanish, then other international languages as the need arises.
ComTranslations is one of the fastest growing providers of translation services in the world today, offering high quality, accurate translations in order to meet its corporate clients’ need for reliable communication services across the globe. Based in Madrid, Spain, and with offices in New York, Hong Kong and Delhi, ComTranslations encompasses a community of more than 3,500 certified, professional translators, providing translations in more than 140 languages, backed up by a stringent management process that ensures an unparalleled level of consistency that exceeds industry norms. Customers will get 100% human translations, by native certified translators, and a comprehensive range of localization services. For more information visit ComTranslations.com, or find ComTranslations on Facebook, Google+, Twitter @ComTranslations, Twitter Spanish @ComTrans_SP, Twitter Italian @ComTrans_IT, Twitter French @ComTrans_FR and LinkedIn.
The Catholic University San Antonio of Murcia (UCAM) is an Anglo-Saxon oriented university, fully compliant with the European Higher Education Area, offering its students a holistic, academic and human education anchored in the principles that embody Christian Humanism, faithfully upholding the gospel principles, the teaching of the Magisterium of the Church, the loyalty to his Holiness Pope and in communion with the Diocesan Bishop. The mission of the UCAM is the training of able professionals capable of transforming society, helping bridge inequalities and promoting the creation of a more just world founded on the values of respect towards human dignity through a complete face-to-face, blended and online educational training that includes 24 Official Degrees, more than thirty official Master Programs and 17 PhD Programs. Moreover its international approach has led the University to execute memorandums of agreements across the five continents with 150 prestigious universities such as Berkeley, Chicago, Bologna and FOM University promoting students and teachers’ training and specialization; quality teaching and research; sport; development and implementation of active teaching-learning techniques such as reduced groups, tutorials, team work; internships for all degrees, New Technologies, WIFI and E-Learning Systems.
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