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A Complete Catholic Prayer Book by Fr. Charles J. Callan, OP & Fr. John A. McHugh, OPA. Compiled by the famous editors of the Homiletic & Pastoral Review, AMERICA'S FAVORITE CATHOLIC PRAYER BOOK went through several editions, the last in 1960. This is the newest reprinting and it has been done as close as possible to its original specifications.
While this reprint INCLUDES such hi-quality features as a bonded leather softcover, rounded corners, sewn binding, gilded page edges, a black marking ribbon and more, you're probably just wondering what's printed inside!
This ALL-TIME CLASSIC prayer book comes LOADED with prayers and devotions CHERISHED BY GENERATIONS OF AMERICAN CATHOLICS! Along with the usual array of traditional morning and evening prayers, litanies, novenas, Stations of the Cross, prayers for the sick and dying, and more. Also included are more rare devotions for: The Mass of Catechumens, Calendar, Holy Days, Special Feasts, Holy Week, Paschaltide, Ember Days, Rogation Days, Days of the Week, Seasons of the Year, Months of the Year, and more!
For EUCHARISTIC DEVOTION, an entire collection of prayers exists including a Holy Hour and the famous Forty Hours? Adoration once practiced in every parish church!
This incredible POCKET-SIZE PRAYER BOOK also includes FOR THE TRADITIONAL TRIDENTINE LATIN RITE! Ordinary texts of the Mass (in Latin and English),Sunday Epistles and Gospels (English only), Propers for the Requiem and Nuptial Mass (in Latin and English), Sunday Vespers, the other sacramental rites such as Baptism and Extreme Unction (in English), and Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament.
Peppered throughout with symbolic lithographs, the hi-quality scans of this books text matches that of the original printing. This reprint is current with the traditional 1962 Missale Romanum by inserting an updated Table of Moveable Feasts (good till 2041!) and St. Joseph's name in the Roman Canon.
Also contains Table of Movable Feasts.
Flexible leather cover, 781 pages, approximately 6 1/2? x 3 3/4"" (spine thickness is just under 5/8?), 8pt font.