Latin Mass Missals
There are many different versions of the Roman Missal, often referred to as the 1962 Latin Mass Missal. Angelus Press was one of the first to reprint the 1962 Roman Missal, to much acclaim. Since Summorum Pontificum more publishers, including the Vatican, have begun printing different editions.
Catholic Daily Missal
Angelus Press (SSPX), 1,980 pp.
Now on their third printing, the first totally retypeset, 1962 Latin-English daily missal for the laity since Vatican II.
Baronius Press (Vatican, FSSP), 2,248 pp.
Imprimatur 2007, Fabian W. Bruskewitz
Complete Roman Missal, for Sundays, holydays, feasts and votive Masses -- for every Mass, according to the typical edition of 1962 approved by the Church. Those who have used other missals will notice that this missal has the full Latin text and English translation. The book also includes a large assortment of prayers: for before, during and after Mass, as well as devotions and litanies. It contains catechetical instruction and laws of the Church on various topics of interest and on devotional practice.
Saint Andrew Daily Missal
St. Bonaventure Publications, 1900+ pp.
There is only one fully traditional Latin-English handmissal in print for laypeople. This is Dom Gaspar Lefebvre's (not to be confused with Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre) edition of The Saint Andrew Daily Missal with Vespers for Sundays and Feasts and Kyriale. It is the most complete traditional missal in print.
Saint Joseph Daily Missal
St. Bonaventure Publications, 1300+ pp.
Imprimatur 1950, Francis Cardinal Spellman
Reprint of the 1953 St. Joseph Daily Missal with larger print, hard-bound, sewn binding, 5 multi colored ribbon markers, the Ordinary of the Mass printed in red rubrics, common of the Mass is in Latin and English, beautiful illustrations throughout the missal, Treasury of Prayers.
The New Roman Missal
Fraternity Publishing (FSSP), 1852 pp.
Daily missal: English with full Latin, reprint of the 1945 edition by Fr. F.X.Lasance. Includes the Ordinary of the Mass, Proper of the Season, Proper of the Saints, Common of the Saints, Votive Masses, Marriage Ceremony, Nuptial Mass, Masses for the Dead, Forty Hours' Devotion, Proper for the U.S., Masses for Religious Orders. Supplement comprising an explanation of: "The Ecclesiastical Year and the Sacred Liturgy";"Short Accounts of Certain Feasts and Brief Lives of the Saints", a "Glossary of Liturgical Terms", a "Description of the Symbolic Representations" and a collection of "Communion and other Prayers" those indulgenced in accordance with the Raccolta.
New Marian Missal
Loreto Publications, 1448 pp.
This missal, with the Latin and English side by side, will be a great help in planting our act of worship where it ought to be--not in merely "hearing" Mass but in "offering" Mass together with the priest; not in the ministerial order of course, but as his co-adjutors. This text has most of the Holy Week changes issued by Pope Pius XII but none of the 1962 changes. It has been reproduced exactly as it appeared in 1958 except for some illustration changes and alteration of the cover and title pages.
My Sunday Missal Explained by Father Stedman
Neumann Press, 573 pp.
This is a new but exact reproduction edition of this famous and most popular missal. It contains the complete Masses for Sundays, Holy Days, important feast days of St. Joseph, Christ the King, Mass for the dead, and the Nuptial Mass. The Ordinary of the Mass is set up with the Latin on the left hand page and the English on the right hand page with clear notations on when to turn to the specific Mass of the day (Introit, Epistle, Gospel, Offertory, Communion Verse and Postcommunion). In addition, My Sunday Missal includes a full page analysis, along with a small illustration, devoted each Sunday and Feast to the special theme of each Mass; each Mass has a catechism lesson and covers the entire catechism in the course of the year; Masses designated for special Votive Masses; explanation of the Mass vessels and vestments; Prayer Before Mass; prayers every Catholic should know; rosary meditations, morning and evening prayers, preparation for confession; after Communion prayers, etc.
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Less Common Missals
Maryknoll Missal -