How to Read the Day’s Readings Ahead of Time

Many people, especially people with small children, like to have┬áthe readings for Mass available ahead of time to review before, or on the way to, Mass. How best to do this for the Extraordinary Form? One way would be to get a standard hand missal. The most affordable up-to-date missals available to purchase new are … More How to Read the Day’s Readings Ahead of Time

How to Use a Hand Missal, by Fr. Brian Austin, FSSP

A priest of the Priestly Fraternity of St. Peter, Fr. Brian Austin, gave an hour-long talk some time back to a meeting hosted by Una Voce of Northern Alabama on the use of a hand missal. If our written guide leaves you with questions, you might listen to Fr. Austin’s talk.* —————————— * Fr. Austin … More How to Use a Hand Missal, by Fr. Brian Austin, FSSP

Mass Booklets

While a good hand missal can be a companion at Mass for decades and provides a wealth of material, not everyone may be ready to make the investment required to obtain one. To get just the ordinary of the Mass in hard copy without resorting to printing a website, there are always the simply paperback … More Mass Booklets

The St. Edmund Campion Missal & Hymnal (2d ed.)

The St. Edmund Campion Missal and Hymnal distributed through Corpus Christi Watershed is more pew book than hand missal. It thus sits somewhat apart from the other books in the hand-missal universe. The book was widely reviewed when it came out in 2013 by, for instance, The New Liturgical Movement, Fr. Zuhlsdorf, an FSSP chaplain … More The St. Edmund Campion Missal & Hymnal (2d ed.)

Layman’s Missal

The Layman’s Missal is a modified reprint of a 1961 Burns & Oates English missal. It is, however, the proper 1962 edition, without, e.g., the second confiteor. This is one of the smallest and most affordable missals available in print. Unlike the Baronius and Angelus Press missals, it is only a “Sunday Missal,” however: that … More Layman’s Missal