By Rev. F.X. Lasance
and Rev. Francis Augustine Walsh, O.S.B.
Monk of St. Anselm’s Priory, Washington, D.C.
With Illustrated Study Plan
“Read Mass With the Priest”
By Very Rev. Msgr. William R. Kelly, Ph.D.
In Latin and English
for Sundays, Principal Feasts and Many Other Days
- Ordinary of the Mass
- Proper of the Season
- Proper of the Saints
- Votive Masses
- Marriage Ceremony
- Nuptial Mass
- Masses for the Dead
- Forty Hours’ Devotion
- Proper for the United States
- and Masses for Religious Orders
Here is a hard to find daily Missal for the faithful, which will accompany you throughout the Liturgical Year, stressing the important Feasts and Highlights of our Redemption. Except for the epistles and Gospel readings that are printed in English only, the other sacred texts for proper masses include both the Latin and English texts. The Missal is printed in two colors, black for most texts and red for Holy Mass explanations, making it much more practical and convenient for daily use.
To which is added a Supplement comprising an Explanation of “The Ecclesiastical Year and the Sacred Liturgy;” “Short Accounts of Certain Feasts and Brief Lives of the Saints” contained in this Missal, a “Glossary of Liturgical Terms,” with a “Description of the Symbolic Representations” and a Collection of “Communion and Other Prayers” those indulgenced in accordance with the new Raccolta.
The Publishers have also included various additions that will enrich the spiritual life of the religious or lay people, including:
- Occasional Prayers;
- A large section of General Devotions prayers, hymns, psalms, etc.
- Litanies of the Sacred Heart, of the Holy Name of Jesus, of Our Lady and of Saint Joseph;
- A Way of the Cross & the Mysteries of the Rosary.
This is a beautiful reproduction of the original 1945 text of the immortal Latin Tridentine Mass, according to the Council of Trent, with complete Latin and English text for the Ordinary and Prospers of the Mass. There are no revisions, but additions made according to the Papal decrees dating from 1945 to the end of Pope Pius XII’s reign include the Mass Propers and the Divine Praise of the Assumption. The binding is sewn with black leatherette covers and gold lettering. The pages have rounded corners and golden edges. Complete with 6 colored ribbon dividers.
Imprimaturs are of 1936 and 1945; a total of 1900 pages.
Dimensions: About 6.75” tall x 4.25” wide x 2.25” thick.
Ideal gift suggestion for Latin Mass Lovers, Seminarians, Latin Students, Nuns and of course, the serious conservative Catholic!