HICH ONE of us could have imagined—two hundred years ago—the wealth and riches of Roman Catholic manuscripts that would be placed online? What would Father Norman Holly have thought? What would Dom Mocquereau have thought? What would Abbat Pothier have thought? What would Dr. Peter Wagner have thought? The treasures available to us are simply beyond belief. I recently discovered an online copy of the MISSALE ROMANUM (1615 edition) and wanted to share this with our readers:
* Scanned Copy • 1615 Missale Romanum
—Extremely high quality scan • 1615AD edition of the Roman Missal .
It would seem the Feast of the Immaculate Conception had different propers in 1615AD (which should not surprise us):
The A. D. 1576 Missale Romanum is also online.
The A. D. 1501 Missale Romanum is also online.