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  • his is a compilation of selected rites and blessings from the liturgical texts of the editiones typicæ issued after the Second Vatican Council in the character of the former Collectio Rituum. Features include a side-by-side Latin-English format, gilded edges, a gold-stamped cover, and excerpts from the Manual of Indulgences. From the Foreword by Francis Cardinal Arinze: "Being a selection, this short ritual is primarily intended for use in the celebration of the sacraments and the administration of blessings when they take place outside the church building and the full range of liturgical books is not readily accessible. "The Latin-English bilingual format of this book facilitates the whole or partial use of Latin texts when it is pastorally prudent to do so. The presence of Latin in an otherwise English-language collection gives appropriate witness to the importance of the Latin language in the Roman Rite and is in harmony with what was stated by the Second Vatican Council: 'The use of the Latin language is to be preserved in the Latin rites' (Sacrosanctum Concilium, 36)."

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This is a compilation of selected rites and blessings from the liturgical texts of the editiones typicæ issued after the Second Vatican Council in the character of the former Collectio Rituum. Features include a side-by-side Latin-English format, gilded edges, a gold-stamped cover, and excerpts from the Manual of Indulgences. From the Foreword by Francis Cardinal Arinze: "Being a selection, this short ritual is primarily intended for use in the celebration of the sacraments and the administration of blessings when they take place outside the church building and the full range of liturgical books is not readily accessible. "The Latin-English bilingual format of this book facilitates the whole or partial use of Latin texts when it is pastorally prudent to do so. The presence of Latin in an otherwise English-language collection gives appropriate witness to the importance of the Latin language in the Roman Rite and is in harmony with what was stated by the Second Vatican Council: 'The use of the Latin language is to be preserved in the Latin rites' (Sacrosanctum Concilium, 36)."Number of Pages: 560

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  1. Romal Missal Short 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 7th May 2015

    Great manual for all blessings

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