First, I’m not sure if this is the right Section, so If it isn’t, could a Mod, or Admin move it please.
I went to a local Junk store and bought what I thought was an all-cycle Missal.
Turns out it was only a Cycle A, 1996 missal.
Anyway, I went back today, and bought a “Maryknoll” missal.
It’s from 1961, therefore, it’s in Latin and English.
So, here are my questions.
What is “Maryknoll”?
Were there no Liturgical Cycles in Pre-Vatican II days?
I can’t seem to find what we call Ordinary Sundays, but it’s divided in to Four sections; Christmas Cycle, Lenten Cycle, Easter Cycle and Pentecost cycle, which are divided into “Subsections”, where it tells the Colour of the Robes, so I guess Ordinary time was originally absorbed in the four cycles, only distinguished by the Priest’s robes, is this correct?