The 2 Chief Rabbis from the state of Israel traveled to the Vatican for a reconciliation meeting with the Pope. The Psalm calls for worship in the court of his temple, the Vatican is a common fulfillment venue.
1Bring to Yahvah the offspring of rams; bring to Yahvah glory and honor.
2Give to Yahvah the glory due his name; worship Yahvah in the court of his holy house.
3The voice of Yahvah is on the waters; the god of glory thunders; Yahvah is on many waters.
4The voice of Yahvah is powerful; the voice of Yahvah is full of majesty.
5The voice of Yahvah breaks the cedars; yes, Yahvah breaks the cedars of Lebanon.
6He also makes them skip like calves, Lebanon and Sirion like a young ox.
7The voice of Yahvah divides the flames of fire.
8The voice of Yahvah shakes the wilderness; Yahvah shakes the wilderness of Kadesh.
9The voice of Yahvah makes the red-deer tremble, and uproots the forests; and in his house, everyone speaks of his glory.
10Yahvah controls the flood; yes, Yahvah sits as king, forever.
11Yahvah will give strength to his people; Yahvah will bless his people with peace.
In January of 2009 Pope Benedict had canceled the excommunication of a holocaust denying priest. This lead to a spat with the Rabbis in Israel.
The Pope apologized for not being careful with this issue.
On March 12, at about the theoretical time for this Psalm, the 2 chief Rabbis from Israel visited Pope Benedict to reconcile over this issue.