Resources for the Extraordinary Form of the Mass
(Traditional Latin Mass)

Collected Propers for Sundays & Major Feasts

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The following five collections of Propers cover the entire liturgical year from the 1st Sunday of Advent through the Last Sunday after Pentecost. Their content does not change from year to year. They are of uneven size in order to minimize the redundancy required by the positioning of movable seasonal and fixed calendar feasts. Each collection contains the Sunday propers for the period the collection covers as well as the propers for major feast days that may fall within that period. The booklets that result from printing these collections are intended to be placed in the pews and to be reused every year until wear, loss, and other attrition requires that one or more be replaced. They do NOT contain the Ordinary of the Mass. They may be used in conjunction with one of the Hand Missals found here or with the commonly used "Red Missal." Each booklet has a cover page with a text box that allows the entry of the parish name. It is advisable, if you have many of these to print, that you print only one copy and then reproduce them on the parish copier before binding. The only required binding device necessary to produce these booklets is a long-armed stapler so that the center of the landscape page may be stapled twice before folding in half to form a spine for the booklet. It may be desireable to print the first two pages (duplexed) on one sheet of 65lb card stock to make the booklet more durable. If you have the wherewithal to coil bind the booklets, you need not print the cover sheet on card stock but may (again for durability) bind the booklet between two sheets of PVC. Bound in this manner, the booklets should last a long time.


Advent through Christmastide

- 44 numbered pages on 22 sides and 11 sheets of paper, plus a cover sheet. Besides the Sundays and seasonal feasts, this booklet contains the following calendar feasts:

  • December 8, Immaculate Conception of the BVM
2nd Sunday after Epiphany through Lent

- 68 numbered pages on 34 sides and 17 sheets of paper, plus a cover sheet. Besides the Sundays and seasonal feasts, this booklet contains the following calendar feasts:

  • February 2, Purification of the BVM
  • March 19, St. Joseph, Spouse of the BVM
  • March 25, Annunciation of the BVM
Easter through 7th Sunday after Pentecost

- 80 numbered pages on 40 sides and 20 sheets of paper, plus a cover sheet. Besides the Sundays and seasonal feasts, this booklet contains the following calendar feasts:

  • March 19, St. Joseph, Spouse of the BVM
  • March 25, Annunciation of the BVM
  • May 1, St. Joseph the Worker
  • June 24, Nativity of St. John the Baptist
  • June 29, Ss. Peter & Paul, Apostles
  • July 1, Most Precious Blood of Jesus
8th Sunday through 21st Sunday after Pentecost

- 68 numbered pages on 34 sides and 17 sheets of paper, plus a cover sheet. Besides the Sundays and seasonal feasts, this booklet contains the following calendar feasts:

  • August 6, Transfiguration of Our Lord
  • August 15, Assumption of the BVM
  • August 22, Immaculate Heart of Mary
  • September 14, Exaltation of the Holy Cross
  • September 15, Seven Sorrows of the BVM
  • September 29, Dedication of St. Michael, Archangel
  • October 7, Most Holy Rosary (as External Solemnity)
  • Christ the King (Last Sunday in October)
22nd Sunday through Last Sunday after Pentecost

- 32 numbered pages on 16 sides and 8 sheets of paper, plus a cover sheet. Besides the Sundays and seasonal feasts, this booklet contains the following calendar feasts:

  • Christ the King (Last Sunday in October)
  • November 1, Solemnity of All Saints
  • November 2, RĂ©quiem for All Souls (#1)

Complete Sunday Missal

The following link produces a complete Hand Missal for Sunday and Holy Day use. It contains the Ordinary of the Mass and all of the Propers from the five collections above. It is intended as a pew missal for parishes with regular Sunday Traditional Latin Masses. It is of significant size, containing 320 numbered pages plus a cover page and requiring 81 sheets of letter paper when duplex printed. To bind it securely requires a paper shear and some kind of coil binding device such as those produced by TruBind (which may be found on Amazon.com). Bound between a sheet of PVC (cut in half in order to cover the front and back) it should last a long time.


Sunday Missal