Is there a more earlier version...?

Is there a more traditional/early version of the 1962 missal?
I was searching on the internet when I came across two other traditionalist groups aside from the SSPX.
They use a pre-1962 missal in their Mass celebrations.
I’m just wondering… :coffeeread:
Can anyone explain it.
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The previous typical edition the missal was 1953. This was modified by the decree Cum Nostra (effective 1956) which simplified the rubrics. Another, Maxima Redemptoris brought about a change in the ceremonies of the Holy Week. Later in 1960, there was another, more radical change in the rubrics and these are the ones found in the 1962 missal

Some groups like the CMRI accept the 1956 changes and the new Holy Week because they believe that Pius XII was the last valid Pope. They don’t accept Bl. John XXIII and so they don’t accept the change in the rubrics that took place under him (1960). So they use a missal modified by the 1956 rubrics

Other groups reject the 1955/56 changes entirely and use an earlier missal. Some even refuse to use the new texts provided for the Assumption after the declaration of the dogma because Bugnini had a hand in it. Ditto for the Queenship of our Lady which was instituted in 1954. They look upon the new Holy Week particularly as a prelude to the NO. In some respects, a viewpoint not entirely unjustified.

There are earlier typical editions of the missal right up to St. Pius V. His successors added and removed feasts and texts (like prefaces) and changed rubrics. Sometimes this necessitated a new typical edition of the missal. I think the typical edition before 1953 was 1920, under Benedict XV, again incorporating rubrical changes of St. Pius X, new common and prayers, revised ritual for the Masses of the Dead and things like that.

The previous typical edition the missal was 1953. This was modified by the decree Cum Nostra (effective 1956) which simplified the rubrics. Another, Maxima Redemptoris brought about a change in the ceremonies of the Holy Week. Later in 1960, there was another, more radical change in the rubrics and these are the ones found in the 1962 missal

Some groups like the CMRI accept the 1956 changes and the new Holy Week because they believe that Pius XII was the last valid Pope. They don’t accept Bl. John XXIII and so they don’t accept the change in the rubrics that took place under him (1960). So they use a missal modified by the 1956 rubrics

Other groups reject the 1955/56 changes entirely and use an earlier missal. Some even refuse to use the new texts provided for the Assumption after the declaration of the dogma because Bugnini had a hand in it. Ditto for the Queenship of our Lady which was instituted in 1954. They look upon the new Holy Week particularly as a prelude to the NO. In some respects, a viewpoint not entirely unjustified.

There are earlier typical editions of the missal right up to St. Pius V. His successors added and removed feasts and texts (like prefaces) and changed rubrics. Sometimes this necessitated a new typical edition of the missal. I think the typical edition before 1953 was 1920, under Benedict XV, again incorporating rubrical changes of St. Pius X, new common and prayers, revised ritual for the Masses of the Dead and things like that.

If you’re looking for something earlier, do a web search on the

Society of St. Pius I

Enjoy.

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