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PostPosted: Mon May 07, 2018 4:10 pm 
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what is a good roman missal to buy?


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what is a good roman missal to buy?

What sort of Mass do you typically attend?

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usually just regular mass (sorry, not sure how else to describe it) . part of why i want the missal is because i want to go to latin mass and follow along.


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PostPosted: Mon May 07, 2018 5:18 pm 
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usually just regular mass (sorry, not sure how else to describe it) . part of why i want the missal is because i want to go to latin mass and follow along.

Oh then I would recommend the Angelus Press missal - I think it is more user-friendly than the Baronius Press one - and it's cheaper as well.

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 Post subject: Re: missal
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If I could ever find one, I would like to use a 1962 St. Joseph's missal - very easy and lots of pictures. Anyone know if they exist?

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If I could ever find one, I would like to use a 1962 St. Joseph's missal - very easy and lots of pictures. Anyone know if they exist?


This appears to be the 1953 missal, so it doesn't line up perfectly with the 1962 missal, but would it serve?

http://www.fraternitypublications.com/stjodamireju.html

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Alexandros wrote:
If I could ever find one, I would like to use a 1962 St. Joseph's missal - very easy and lots of pictures. Anyone know if they exist?


This appears to be the 1953 missal, so it doesn't line up perfectly with the 1962 missal, but would it serve?

http://www.fraternitypublications.com/stjodamireju.html

I've never seen a 1962 St. Joseph Missal. I think the one I have is from 1956 or thereabouts - has the Pius XII Holy Week.

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If I could ever find one, I would like to use a 1962 St. Joseph's missal - very easy and lots of pictures. Anyone know if they exist?


https://smile.amazon.com/dp/1905574053? ... pcomp_spk1

http://www.aquinasandmore.com/catholic- ... MbEALw_wcB

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ThomisticCajunAggie wrote:
Alexandros wrote:
If I could ever find one, I would like to use a 1962 St. Joseph's missal - very easy and lots of pictures. Anyone know if they exist?


This appears to be the 1953 missal, so it doesn't line up perfectly with the 1962 missal, but would it serve?

http://www.fraternitypublications.com/stjodamireju.html

I've never seen a 1962 St. Joseph Missal. I think the one I have is from 1956 or thereabouts - has the Pius XII Holy Week.


I saw a 1961 and a 1963 one online yesterday. 1961 is too late, I wonder if the 1963 on suffices because I don't think there were any more changes until 64.

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Alexandros wrote:
If I could ever find one, I would like to use a 1962 St. Joseph's missal - very easy and lots of pictures. Anyone know if they exist?


https://smile.amazon.com/dp/1905574053? ... pcomp_spk1

http://www.aquinasandmore.com/catholic- ... MbEALw_wcB



Oh, I meant the St. Joseph missal - which are out of print:

https://www.ebay.com/itm/1963-ROMAN-CAT ... SwIM9a43Es

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I got a couple 1953 St. Joseph missals a few years back. Dad's had been lost so I found him a new one. They have extra prayers in the back, iirc.

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I got a couple 1953 St. Joseph missals a few years back. Dad's had been lost so I found him a new one. They have extra prayers in the back, iirc.


Old missals come through our office. Someone dies, kids/grands are cleaning out belongings and they will bring us a box of every pamphlet, holy card, and Catholic book that was in the house. We give them away.

If any old Missals come in, I will post them on the board.

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