This booklet is a visitor’s guide to the Traditional Latin Mass. Thinking about attending a Latin Mass for the first time or maybe bringing a friend who’s never been before? This booklet is for you! It walks the first time attendee through the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass, so it can be readily understood by anyone as they are attending! Fully illustrated to further assist newcomers in following the actions of the priest.
Intended primarily for newcomers (Catholic or not) to the Tridentine Latin Mass (the Traditional Latin Mass, the Extraordinary form of Mass, Mass according to the 1962 Missal of Blessed John XXIII. Color photos accompany the explanations of every major part of the Mass.
The Visitor’s Guide to Mass Booklet Includes
- What is the Mass?
- Mass of the Catechumens
- The Introit
- The Gloria
- The Epistle
- The Gospel
- The Creed
- Mass of the Faithful -Offertory
- The Preface
- The Canon
- The Consecration
- The Our Father
- Holy Communion
- Final Blessing and the Last Gospel
- Prayers after Mass
The photographs are mini-meditations in themselves, clearly evoking the nature of the liturgical actions taking place. The explanations are rich in concise spiritual, doctrinal, liturgical and historical insights. Can be read before the Mass as a preparation or read at Mass as you follow along. Priced inexpensively so that they can be freely given to anyone new to this form of the Mass. Ideal for pastors to stock as give-always. Most importantly, you will learn to unite yourself to the Sacrifice of the Altar. This is a form of participation that is little understood today …consequently, this book will deepen the faith of all Catholics.
Know and love the Mass of all time and help others love it too!
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