The Catholic Truth Society here in England has produced a limited print run of Divine Worship: The Missal in a smaller format, which will be of great use to those who desire to see - and share in - the treasures of the Ordinariate Form of the Roman Rite. Presently, this is only possible by accessing the expensive altar edition of the missal, so this initiative opens up the missal's contents to a much wider audience. Of particular note will be the texts of the propers, the musical settings, the appendices, and the Rubrical Directory. The missal is available for pre-order here.
A fortnight ago I began the process, as a private initiative, of renewing some travel/portable altar cards for the Ordinariate Form. The initial work had been completed back in 2014 by an Anglican clergyman working in Walsingham. This was prior to the publication of Divine Worship: The Missal and so textual amendments needed to be made once the final version of the missal was approved. I took this opportunity to create a set of cards to complement the artwork found in the missal, which is the work of Martin Travers (1886-1948), who had illustrated an edition of the Anglican Missal in the 1940s. The set below is presently en route to the Ordinariate community of Blessed John Henry Newman, in Victoria, British Columbia.
Fr Lee Kenyon
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