Thursday, January 10, 2013
1962 Sunday Mass Propers Listing

To those Catholics looking for the Traditional (pre-Vatican II) Sunday propers, look no further than the below list.  Do note: these are technically from the 1945 Missal and represent the Mass as it was said up until the changes made in 1955 by Pope Pius XII. The changes in the sanctoral cycle of Sunday readings only really affected Sundays that previously had commemorations of Octaves. So you will notice commemorations of the Octave of the Sacred Heart, Corpus Christi, and the Ascension which are not part of the 1962 Missal. Nevertheless, aside from these changes, the propers are the same in place in 1962. We can in a greater way help preserve Catholic Tradition by keeping and praying these traditional Octaves which were part of the Faith for centuries.








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