Recently I learned that modern Roman Catholic hymnals include Martin Luther's well-known hymn, A Mighty Fortress Is Our God. Investigating further on hymnary.org, however, I find that the song is not found in apparently popular Roman Catholic hymnals from 1851 and 1913.
I am speculating that the inclusion of the song only became possible after counter-reformation bad blood between Roman Catholics and Martin Luther waned. Thus, I'd like to know which was the first popular/official* Roman Catholic hymnal to include the hymn. Bonus points for an answer that takes into account non-English hymnals, but an English-only answer is fine too.
*Note that I do not know how much oversight the Roman Catholic church exercises over its hymnals. I'm looking for a hymnal popular or official enough that it indicates at least broad acceptance of the hymn.