Recently, some popular bloggers in the UK and US have received our Altar Missal and our Sunday Missal. Here we summarise what they say.
Fr Z, of What Does The Prayer Really Say, put together a photo review of the New Sunday Missal, paying particular attention to the Latin texts which face the English ones – an exclusive feature of our People’s Missals.
Back home in Britain, Fr Tim Finigan of the The Hermeneutic of Continuity, commented on his Altar Missal:
“CTS has done a fine job in producing books of excellent quality, worthy for use in the Sacred Liturgy. The Study Edition is particularly useful at the moment when we are finding our way around the ordinary, the propers and the commons.”
The Times also marked the introduction of the new Mass translation on the first Sunday of Advent last week by running a story on the changes and our various publications that go with them, (unfortunately it is behind the newspaper’s paywall.)
We hope that we can continue helping both priests and people to draw closer to Christ in the Mass.
If you have got your Sunday Missal, do let us know what you think!
Of related interest:
|CTS New Sunday Missal – White Presentation Edition – The CTS New Sunday and Daily Missals are a brand-new edition being published to coincide with the launch of the new English translation of the Mass (2011). This one is white leather, with gold page edges, in box an ideal present.|
|CTS New Sunday Missal – Presentation Edition – New translation of the Mass with the current 3-year cycle of readings, for Sundays (and solemnities) Leather-covered hardback in a box.|
|CTS New Daily Missal – The new translation of the Mass together with the current 3-year cycle of readings, for Sundays and all weekdays of the year.|