The secular news media has given a lot of recent attention to the pope's approval of changes to the wording of the "Our Father" and the "Gloria." The verse the pope and others found problematic was "and lead us not into temptation" changed in the Italian to "do not abandon us to temptation."
Trenton's Diocesan Office of Worship points out that the changes are approved for the Italian missal texts and that although the same changes had been approved for the translation of the New American Bible (2002), the texts used at Mass in English speaking countries remain unchanged for now.
The entire text of the Our Father requires catechesis for proper understanding, so personally I have a bit of trouble understanding what all the fuss is about. Does God either abandon us or tempt us?