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The new Missal

posted Oct 21, 2015, 6:58 AM by Rochester Ordinariate
Starting the first Sunday of Advent this year, we will begin using our very own approved and published missal.  Up until now, we have been using approved, but interim rites.

The St. Alban Fellowship will buy our own copy for use in Mass.  The price for this missal is £300.00, or roughly $460.  Donations are welcome from our members, friends and benefactors.

If you wish to contribute to this worthy cause, please send an email to:
rochester.ordinariate *at* gmail.com for a mailing address to send a check, or visit us at our next mass on Saturday Nov. 7.

Here is the description:

Divine Worship - The Missal

Following the landmark decision by Pope Benedict XVI to open the doors of the Catholic Church to Christians of Anglican Patrimony who wished to continue to worship using the forms and words of the Book of Common Prayer, we are pleased to present Divine Worship: The Missal.

These texts for the celebration of Mass have been approved and promulgated by the Holy See for use in the Personal Ordinariates established under the Apostolic Constitution Anglicanorum coetibus.

With high quality leather binding, gilding, Florentine blocking, ribbons and beautifully illustrated, this Missal will foster the noble and worthy celebration of the sacred liturgy in the Ordinariates worldwide, and provide an essential study text for all who love the Church's worship.

Divine Worship: The Missal includes the Order of Mass, Proper of Time and Sanctoral cycle with votive, ritual and Masses for the dead with all the main liturgical texts set to music. Add to these the Prefaces for use with the Eucharistic Prayers, and the special rites for such occasions as Candlemas, Ash Wednesday, Palm Sunday, the Easter Triduum, and the Vigil of Pentecost, and it is not hard to see why the Missal has a total of 600 pages.

Divine Worship: The Missal
By Ordinariates Established by Anglicanorum Coetibus
ISBN: 978-1-78469-020-5  -  Product Code: RM19  -  Number of Pages: 600, 190 x 270mm
Binding: Leatherbound  -  Publication Date: November 2015

Available from CTS Online

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