Vatican website translation:
82. The rite for the burial of infants is to be revised, and a special Mass for the occasion should be provided.
82. Recognoscatur ritus sepeliendi parvulos, ac propria Missa donetur.
Slavishly literal translation:
82. Let the rite of interring children be reviewed/revised, and a proper Mass [for this purpose] be given.
The Roman Ritual in use prior to the Second Vatican Council provided funeral prayers for baptized children mostly concentrating on their presumed purity because of their inability to commit actual sins. However the funeral Mass appearing in the Roman Missal did not make any special provision for the burial of children in its texts or ceremonies. The Council Fathers decided that a pastoral approach in the care surrounding the death of children should also be reflected in the liturgical texts. This concern has not only led to the creation of new liturgical texts and lectionary selections for the burial of children, but to changes in the texts and ceremonies intended for the pastoral care of sick and dying children.
Pray Tell readers may wish to discuss how effectively the present texts and ceremonies help proclaim Christian faith in the Resurrection in the face of the death of children and if there are further modifications of the rites that might be appropriate.