Today is the feast of St John Vianney, who was famous for his love of the Blessed Sacrament and the Mass.
This day, when we celebrate the patron saint of priests, seems a good day to present the new CTS Sunday Missal. Available in three versions from November, it contains:
• Order of Mass with all Eucharistic prayers, prefaces, concluding rites and blessings
• Latin text also given for the Order of Mass & priest’s prayers
• Lectionary Readings
• Full Calendar lists of Feasts and readings for reference
• Masses for special occasions and needs
• Preparatory prayers
• Prayers of thanksgiving and devotion
We have also added reflections at the beginning of major feasts and seasons, like this one from the Holy Father, for the first Sunday of Advent.
With the first Sunday of Advent a new liturgical year begins: the People of God begin again on the way to living the mystery of Christ in history. Christ is the same yesterday, today and forever; history, instead, changes and requires constant evangelization; it needs to be renewed from within and the only true novelty is Christ.
Also available in first communion and presentation editions, we are confident these people’s Missals will provide everything the faithful need to understand and profit by the new Mass translation and use it, as the Pope himself expressed it, as a springboard “for a renewal and deepening of Eucharistic devotion.”
For more information visit our website on the People’s Missals, visit our website.
Of related interest:
|CTS New Sunday Missal – First Communion 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.|