from Catholic News Service:
WASHINGTON (CNS) -- In the not-too-distant future, songs such as "You Are Near," "I Will Bless Yahweh" and "Rise, O Yahweh" will no longer be part of the Catholic worship experience in the United States.
At the very least, the songs will be edited to remove the word "Yahweh" -- a name of God that the Vatican has ruled must not "be used or pronounced" in songs and prayers during Catholic Masses.
This goes back to the Hebrew word called the Tetragrammaton. It's four letters -- consonants actually -- that are said to be God's name. And not to be said aloud. Except there aren't any vowels. So there's no way to know if it's supposed to sound like Yahweh, Yeewah, Yowee, etc.etc. etc. The word "Jehovah" is derived from the same four consonants. Jews drop the Hebrew word "'Adonai." in the spot where the four letters appear. It's usually translated as "Lord."
Since Jehovah is also a "mistranslation" do you think other denominations will also begin to drop this name?
What else will they use to reference the I AM if not those names?