CTS Altar Missal goes on display in our bookshop

Missal display

CTS has received an advance one-off copy of the new CTS Altar Missal, which we have now put on display in our bookshop outside Westminster Cathedral, London.

For the first time, the public can see the Missal which will be used across England, Scotland, Wales and Australia from the beginning of Advent.

We have reported on the blog, about the various stages of printing, but now you can have a look at the real thing.

Priests who are interested in viewing the Missal to see the high quality of the craftsmanship employed in creating it, are welcome to pay a visit. You can also view the Chapel Missal and Study Missal, and browse our range of Order of Mass booklets, explanatory resources and cards for the congregation.

Address details and opening hours for the bookshop can be found here.


Of related interest:

RMO1 Altar Missal – The standard ritual edition of the Missal for use in England and Wales, Scotland, and Australia.
RM03 Chapel Missal -The standard ritual edition of the Missal for use in England and Wales, Scotland, and Australia, in a reduced size for chapels, use at the chair, etc
RM02 Study Missal – The standard ritual edition of the Missal for use in England and Wales, Scotland, and Australia, in a scaled-down reference edition for reference, study and liturgical planning.

Comments

Posted On
Jul 27, 2011
Posted By
michael

Latest edition of the Simple Prayer Book, especially with the superior binding, is a real gem. It is especially useful to have the Kyrie (Greek) and the Latin texts of the Gloria, Credo, Agnus Dei and Pater Noster, as well as the English texts. So it is rather a shock to find the Sanctus (Latin) missing. Instead we find on p.70 the Sanctus rendered twice in English, text with music and then just text. In this latter spot I suspect the Latin text should have appeared but an error was made. Correct? In the next reprint may we hope to find the Latin Sanctus restored? Many thanks.

Posted On
Jul 28, 2011
Posted By
sfinaldi

Hi Michael,

Thanks for the compliments and the question, we are currently reviewing to see whether this was an editoral question or an error. We will let you know when we know.

Posted On
Jul 26, 2011
Posted By
Fr Tim Finigan

Splendid! I look forward to calling in to the bookshop asap to see the new Missal. You have done a great job on this, and it will be a worthy book for the celebration of the Sacred Liturgy.

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