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Old Apr 2, '08, 8:10 pm
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Hello there everyone...

I'm very new but excited about the latin mass. I am currently learning to use the 1962 Roman Missal (Baronius Press 2007).

Basically, I am having a hard time understanding how to find the daily readings (scripture/gospel)...such as this month of April...I'm not sure where to find tomorrow's scripture/gospel reading...I found the Sunday readings on pages 662 and up...

Or perhaps I'm confusing the latin daily readings with the procedure of the NO mass?

Does the latin mass have scripture/gospel readings for each day of the week?

Many thanks!
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I just got a 1962 Roman Missal today myself and it is quite confusing right now.

Two things to keep in mind: 1) Some of the seasons in the 1962 Roman Missal are different than for the current Mass. There was no Ordinary Time back then. 2) The cycle of readings was only for one year, versus three years (Sunday) or two years (daily) now.
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Default Re: Question on daily readings in 1962 Roman Missal

Sorry for the short reply, but am rushing to get to work; this might help:

Not every day has readings. Often there will be a Saints day that will take precedence during the week. However if not (highly unlikely!), the reading is that of the Sunday.
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Yes, they can be confusing. I'll try to get you going.

I don't have a Baronius, but my 1962 Missal has a liturgical calendar in it. Yours probably does as well. Thursday April 3rd is a ferial day. On ferial days, the propers of the Mass are the same as the previous Sunday. In this case, Low Sunday (first Sunday after Easter.)

Friday, April 4th is the Feast of St. Isadore. You will see this in the section of the Missal called the Proper of the Saints. The Feast of St. Isadore has no propers (Introit, Collect, etc.) unique to his feast day, so the missal directs us to the correct Mass propers for this day. A page number is given to direct us to the section of the missal called the Common of Saints.

In the case of Saint Isadore, we are directed to the Mass: In medio of a Doctor. St Isadore was a Bishop, Confessor, and a Doctor of the Church.

Moving on to April 5th in the Proper of Saints, we find St Vincent Ferrer, Confessor. His feast day uses the Mass found in the Common of Saints. Mass: Os justi of a Confessor, not a Bishop. Note the exception in your missal. This day, we use the Collect given under St Vincents name instead of the one in the Os justi. Read both and see the slight difference.

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Yes! Thanks so much for the help! I know understand

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I am having gtrouble figuring out tomorrow's readings based upon what our priest put in this week's bulletin.

Here is what it says:

Friday April 4: Sacred Heart of Jesus w/comm of St. Isadore

So...would the readings be from the Mass for the Sacred Heart of Jesus (being 1st Friday I would guess)...but how would St. Isadore's readings fit it?

I would appreciate any help. Thanks!!
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I am having gtrouble figuring out tomorrow's readings based upon what our priest put in this week's bulletin.

Here is what it says:

Friday April 4: Sacred Heart of Jesus w/comm of St. Isadore

So...would the readings be from the Mass for the Sacred Heart of Jesus (being 1st Friday I would guess)...but how would St. Isadore's readings fit it?

I would appreciate any help. Thanks!!
It's been a long while since I used the 1962 missal. As I recall the readings will be of the Sacred Heart. The Commemoration of St Isadore will only be in the prayers of the proper. [A bit less than worth.]
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I am having gtrouble figuring out tomorrow's readings based upon what our priest put in this week's bulletin.

Here is what it says:

Friday April 4: Sacred Heart of Jesus w/comm of St. Isadore

So...would the readings be from the Mass for the Sacred Heart of Jesus (being 1st Friday I would guess)...but how would St. Isadore's readings fit it?

I would appreciate any help. Thanks!!
A commemoration means that the Collect, Secret and Postcommunion of St. Isidore and said after the Collect, Secret and Postcommunion of the Sacred Heart.
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A commemoration means that the Collect, Secret and Postcommunion of St. Isidore and said after the Collect, Secret and Postcommunion of the Sacred Heart.
OK!! Now I understand. I am still pretty new at the TLM and I was really confused. Bless your heart♥ Thanks so much...
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