CTS is now able to announce the UK prices of the new Roman Missal which will be available this November for use from the First Sunday of Advent 2011.
We have also produced a video which highlights some of the features of this new and vitally important volume – scroll down to see it.
Beautifully bound edition ideal for use at the altar.
Size 270 x 190mm
Bound in Italian genuine leather with gold blocking, front back, spine and inside cover
Gilt edges, Skinplast™ tear-resistant endpapers
15 colour plates
6 coloured 25mm hand-sewn ribbons, 18 genuine leather tabs
Flannel book pouch
Compact edition ideal for use at the chair or in chapels.
Bound in bonded leather with gold blocking, front, back and spine
Coloured edges, Skinplast™ tear-resistant endpapers,
15 colour plates
6 coloured 15mm hand-sewn ribbons, 6 bonded leather tabs
Portable edition of the Missal for reference.
Flexibound in Leatherlike™ Leatherette
15 colour plates, 6 coloured 6mm ribbons.
For further information and pre-publication discounts which will be announced after Easter, please look out for our Missal brochure, press ads or announcement on our website in early May. See below for our product demonstration video!
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|Pastores Dabo Vobis – This extremely comprehensive document investigates the challenges facing the priesthood in the third millennium. From his own vast pastoral experience John Paul II gives guidance on the nature and the mission of the priesthood.|
|Priest’s Guide to Hearing Confessions – This new Guide is a very helpful attempt to create a modern equivalent of the classic manuals for confessors popular among priests in the past. It provides a valuable guide to best pastoral practice and Cannon Law.|
|Verbum Domini – Verbum Domini has already been acclaimed as the most important document on the word of God since the Second Vatican Council. In it, Pope Benedict XVI, whose writings on Sacred Scripture are widely admired, summarises the reflections of the Synod Fathers who met in 2008 to discuss the ‘word of God in the life and mission of the Church’.|