The Daily Roman Missal, 3rd Edition,published by MTF is simply a beautiful, well-crafted book. I ordered the leather cover edition some time ago and it arrived this week. It's a thick book, measuring nearly 2 inches in thickness.
The books contains the complete rubrics, which are about as complicated as the LOTH. I hope MTF publishes a quick lookup guide like they do for the St. Joseph's missal.
I'm definitely going to have to learn how to use the book. I don't mind figuring out all the rules though. It's like a big, fun puzzle for me. I guess I'm a nerd.
At first look, the variable materials for the ferial days are easy to find. I still have to learn the rubrics against the Roman calendar to find the variable parts for the feasts, memorials and optional memorials, plus how to determine the Preface and Eucharistic Prayer for the day. The materials for the solemnities are straightforward; however, for some reason (and I'm probably just being a dolt about it), I couldn't find the prayers and readings for today's Solemnity of the Immaculate Conception. Does anybody know where/how I can find them in the new missal?:confused:
Pax et Bonum,