Not sure if this has been discussed already.
Two things stand out to me in this piece. One, the Vatican does not recognize "Jehovah" as one of the accepted pronunciations of the tetragrammaton (YHWH). Secondly, citing ancient Jewish tradition, the article confirms that "(the name) was held to be unpronounceable and hence was replaced during the reading of sacred Scriptures ... That practice continued with Christianity, ... the Tetragrammaton was never pronounced in the Christian context nor translated into any of the languages into which the Bible was translated." This confirms that well before Jesus came on the scene "the name" had long since been abandoned and was never pronounced by either the early Christians or the NT Bible writers. Just further evidence that the NWT committee has been grasping at straws all along in trying to convince us that the divine name was orginally there in the NT but was later removed and therefore they (the NWT committee) are correct in reinserting it some 237 times