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"And since it is becoming that holy things be administered in a holy manner, and of all things this sacrifice is the most holy, the Catholic Church, to the end that it might be worthily and reverently offered and received, instituted many centuries ago the holy canon, which is so free from error that it contains nothing that does not in the highest degree savor of a certain holiness and piety and raise up to God the minds of those who offer."
— Council of Trent (1562)
Now Available! Online Latin Lectionary For Masses In The Ordinary Form
published 7 November 2013 by Corpus Christi Watershed

190 Missale Romanum Cum Lectionibus REPARING for the Third Edition of the Roman Missal in 2011, study sessions were given around the country, and one thing was noticed over and over again. Catholics had not been aware that the English Mass is a translation from the official Latin. It took an entire decade for MR3 to be translated into English … but that’s another story.

Perhaps the PDFs below will help remedy this situation. You can now download 8,000 pages — the entire Novus Ordo in Latin — due to the kindness of Dr. Peter Kwasniewski. A nice review was published by Deacon Harold Hughesdon (bio) in the 1970s.

+   FIRST VOLUME • Pages 1-733   (Missale Romanum cum lectionibus)

+   FIRST VOLUME • Pages 733-1273   (Missale Romanum cum lectionibus)

+   FIRST VOLUME • Pages 1273-1983   (Missale Romanum cum lectionibus)

+   SECOND VOLUME • Pages 1-613   (Missale Romanum cum lectionibus)

+   SECOND VOLUME • Pages 613-1305   (Missale Romanum cum lectionibus)

+   SECOND VOLUME • Pages 1305-1932   (Missale Romanum cum lectionibus)

+   THIRD VOLUME • Pages 1-739   (Missale Romanum cum lectionibus)

+   THIRD VOLUME • Pages 739-1303   (Missale Romanum cum lectionibus)

+   THIRD VOLUME • Pages 1303-2031   (Missale Romanum cum lectionibus)

+   FOURTH VOLUME • Pages 1-575   (Missale Romanum cum lectionibus)

+   FOURTH VOLUME • Pages 575-1189   (Missale Romanum cum lectionibus)

+   FOURTH VOLUME • Pages 1189-1831   (Missale Romanum cum lectionibus)

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