The Saint Lawrence Press is dedicated to the preservation of the classical Roman Liturgy and seeks especially to raise awareness of the process of liturgical reform before the Second Vatican Council. To meet these aims the Saint Lawrence Press publishes an Ordo Recitandi, in Latin, modelled on those produced in Rome in the middle of the last century before the unpleasant,
unfortunate, and damaging, changes of the 1950's and early 1960's.
The Ordo Recitandi contains the necessary information enabling those who wish to celebrate the traditional Divine Office and Mass to identify those variable parts for every day in the Liturgical year.
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The incipit of Ephesians is impeded by the Conversion of saint Paul, isn't it supposed to be transfered ?
I was wondering if you have access to the Proper Feasts for Ireland? There are some copies of the Ordo for Irish Dioceses from the 19th century online. But I imagine quite a bit changed by the time the mid-20th century came around. Thank you.
I only have a Missal supplement for the dioceses of Ireland, nothing for the Office. Is that of use to you?
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