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Saint Jean de Brebeuf Hymnal Pew Edition

For the Ordinary Form and the Extraordinary Form

by Sophia Institute PressNicolas Viel Publications

Created by and for choirmasters and priests working in Catholic parishes around the globe, the melodies in the Brébeuf Hymnal are beautiful and dignified, its hymns timeless and eminently choral for the congregation.


Saint Isaac Jogues Illuminated Missal

For the Ordinary Form of the Mass

by Sophia Institute PressNicolas Viel Publications

The St. Isaac Jogues Illuminated Missal is designed for parishes seeking to promote a greater sense of the sacred in its liturgical worship.


Saint Joseph Daily Missal


The Ordinary of the Mass printed in red rubrics. Common of the Mass is in Latin and English. Easy to follow, great for children.

St. Andrew Daily Missal

by St. Bonaventure

The Ordinary of the Mass in Latin and English is printed with red rubrics. The missal includes beautiful narratives of each feast day for the liturgical year as well as spiritual and doctrinal notes, and features various illustrations throughout. Imprimatur 1945.

Marian Childrens Missal


A wonderful children's Missal, especially suited for ages 4-10. Originally published in 1958, Marian Children's Missal has been reprinted in full color.


The Little Office of the Blessed Virgin Mary

by Baronius Press Ltd

Newly printed edition of the Little Office of the Blessed Virgin Mary. Fully updated to comply with the editio typica of the Breviary (1961) permitted by the Holy Father's Motu Proprio 'Summorum Pontificum'.

New Roman Missal: Fr. Lasance

by Rev. Francis Xavier Lasance

Daily Missal for the faithful, which will accompany you throughout the Liturgical Year, stressing the important Feasts and Highlights of our Redemption. The Mass propers (including Epistle and Gospel) are printed both in Latin and English.

Brebeuf Hymnal Organ Accompaniment

3-Volume Set

by Nicolas Viel Publications


Saint Jean de Brebeuf Hymnal

Choral Supplement

by Sophia Institute PressNicolas Viel Publications

Latin Hymns book cover

Latin Hymns


Vatican II mandated that the Church's treasury of sacred music is to be preserved and cultivated with great care -in particular, Gregorian chant and Latin were to retain pride of place. That's the last most Catholic heard of either.

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