- 2017 Ordo for the 1962 Missale Romanum
- From Sancta Missa & The Canons Regular of St. John Cantius
- 92 pages, 5.5" x 8.5", spiral binding
- Product #: SY819
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- 1 copy, $15 each
- 2-5 copies, $ 12.00 each
- 6 or more copies, $10 each
The 2017 ORDO includes all liturgical days from the 1st Sunday of Advent (November 27, 2016), through the entire calendar year 2017, and concludes with the Feast of the Baptism of the Lord on January 13 2018.
1-4 sets (2017 Ordo & 2017 The Life of Our Lord Wall Calendar) - $21.95 each
5-9 sets (2017 Ordo & 2017 The Life of Our Lord Wall Calendar) - $19.95 each
10+ sets (2017 Ordo & 2017 The Life of Our Lord Wall Calendar) - $17.95 each
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IMAGES AND DESCRIPTION OF THE 2017 ORDO
Biretta Books and Sancta Missa now offer this beautifully designed 2017 ORDO to be used in conjunction with the 1962 Missale Romanum for the Extraordinary Form.
The 2017 ORDO covers the complete Liturgical Calendar of the Church according to the 1962 Missale Romanum & 1962 Brevarium Romanum. This edition of the Ordo for the Traditional Latin Mass is the easiest to use - it is very “user-friendly”!
For any given day, the 2017 ORDO contains a clear and simple listing of the feast to be celebrated with its liturgical rank (1, 2, 3, or 4) and color (Green, White, Red, Rose, White, Black, Violet), together with the liturgical rubrics to be observed.
Beautiful artwork is used throughout the 2017 ORDO to remind us of the beauty of the Sacred Liturgy.
An excellent feature of the 2017 ORDO is the inclusion of the special plenary indulgences and prayers that come from the 1962 Indulgentiarum Doctrina, as well as important documents from Rome pertaining to the celebration of the Traditional Latin Mass (Extraordinary Form).
The 2017 ORDO is a must-have for each sacristy and for every priest celebrating the Extraordinary Form of the Roman Rite according to the Liturgical Books of 1962 promulgated by Saint John XXIII .
The 2017 ORDO explains the use of the Divine Office in the Extraordinary Form and is very helpful to anyone wanting to understand the usus antiquior.