Missale Romanum 1962
Newly typeset edition of the Roman Missal for the Latin Mass
9" wide by 12¼" high and 2.2" thick
This is the first newly typset printing of the Missale Romanum 1962 with ecclesiastical approval since Vatican II and is in complete conformity with the final revisions made by the Holy See in 1962.
St. Joseph's name in the Canon
the Ad Libitum Prefaces (added in July 1962, includes the restored Advent preface).
Lays flat when open!
10 durable tabs and six satin ribbons!
sturdy sewn binding and reinforced endsheet construction
Additional supplemental insert for the dioceses of the United States per the 1962 liturgical calendar.
At 1,223 pages, this is a major project, nevertheless every effort was made to ensure the highest quality altar missal. With great attention to detail, care was taken to have an easily readable font, clear design and a refined setting. This retypeset Missale Romanum will not only last for years, but its crisp, clear type and gilt pages will add clarity and beauty to the Sacred liturgy.
Split leather hardcover • gold-embossed • gilt pages • 1,223 pages
smythe sewn binding • printed and bound in Germany