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Led not into temptation: pope approves change to Lord's Prayer

New wording for Catholics asks God not to ‘let us fall into temptation’
Pope Francis said in 2017 that the prayer should be altered. Photograph: Ettore Ferrari/EPA

Its words are memorised by Christian children all over the world and repeated at almost every act of Christian worship: “Our Father, who art in heaven … ”

Now Pope Francis has risked the wrath of traditionalists by approving a change to the wording of

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