|Spell level :||Innate level: 5, Bard: 5, Cleric: 5, Druid: 6|
|Components :||Verbal and Somatic|
|Target/Area :||One creature * cLevel|
|Save :||Fortitude 1/2|
|Spell resistance :||Yes|
All friendly creatures within the area of effect are healed for 1d8 Hit Points, +1 points per caster level up to a maximum of +20. Healing spells have a reverse effect when used on undead, harming instead of healing them.
General: The 3.5E description has a maximum of +25, not +20. Mass Cure Moderate Wounds has the correct +30, so this is probably an oversight.
The description doesn't match any of the Mass Cure spells, like Cure Moderate Wounds, Mass, which has information on targeting priority (even though none of the spell implement the description on targeting priority correctly; see Mass Cure Moderate Wounds for info).
We can also assume that "sorted by distance from you" is a mistake - since it can be targeted at a point, it should be removed to make the spell more simple (GetFirst/NextObjectInShape() doesn't work on a range-basis).
A better sentence would be: "The effect is centered on a chosen location, and targets are affected in the following order of priority: you, your party, friendly creatures, enemy undead."
The description should have the Target line as: "One creature/level in a Large area" too, to show the area somewhere.