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ChurchLatin.com
A great resource for books on liturgical Latin! Dictionaries, learning manuals, reference works... read a message from ChurchLatin >

Angelus Press
Offers a large selection of various liturgical and rubrical books, altar, sacristy and confessional cards, cheat sheets, and intonation cards.

Preserving Christian Publications
One of America's premier resources for secondhand traditional Catholic books. They also offer many useful reprinted liturgical titles.

Loome Theological Booksellers
Another good American source for secondhand books on the liturgy.

DivinumOfficium.com
An incredible resource for following the missal or breviary online! This website utilizes a database-program that automatically calculates the propers and rules for the Mass and breviary offices of the day—and according to the edition of your choice: 1962, 1955, 1570 and even pre-Tridentine!!! A fortiori, you can download this to your PC or cellphone!  read a message from DivinumOfficium.com >

Myriad Creative Concepts
Features a varied collection of decorative altar cards, even that hard-to-find Requiem set!

Constance Wozny: hand bookbinder
Specializes in antique bookbinding techniques. If you need a missal or other liturgical book rebound, definitely consider her services which are fairly priced for the high-quality work she delivers!

SanctaMissa.org
Offers many useful tutorials for learning about the Tridentine Latin Mass for priests and servers.

Society of St. Pius X (sspx.org)
The USA District offers a free "Priests Mass Kit" for clergy who want to learn the traditional Roman Mass. Many priests consider their instructional DVD to be the clearest and best explanation available.

 

A message from DivinumOfficium.com

This website was created and designed by the late Laszlo Kiss. Mr. Kiss, longtime resident of Forrest Lake, Illinois, died suddenly at his home on Monday, July 11, 2011, shortly after returning from a walk with his wife Marta. He was three days shy of his 73rd birthday. Mr. Kiss was born in Budapest, Hungary, on July 14, 1938, and married Marta Noske on January 31, 1968.

He worked in Budapest as a computer engineer until emigrating to the United States of America in 1982. In 1983, he developed "Image," one of the first computer-controlled manufacturing systems in the world (still in use to this day). He retired in 2000, and, among other things, selflessly devoted hundreds of hours to creating the website divinumofficium.com, which provides free access to many different versions of the Divine Office (or breviary), the traditional daily prayer book of the Roman Catholic Church.

His funeral was held at St. Peter's Catholic Church in Volo, Illinois, on the Feast of Our Lady of Mt. Carmel (July 16). Mr. Kiss is survived by three brothers in Hungary, and in the States by his loving wife Marta (of forty-three years), their two sons Zoltan and Chaba, and their two grandchildren Sophie and Ryan.

On Monday, August 15, 2011, the Solemnity of the Assumption of Our Lady, The Divinum Officium Project was founded, with the permission of Laszlo's son Chaba, to preserve and further Laszlo's work and to promote the worship of the Triune God through the Divine Office.

Currently, The Divinum Officium Project consists of a diocesan priest as well as three software developers who maintain the site and ensure its accuracy.


A message from ChurchLatin.com

Visit churchlatin.com for a vast array of resources for learning Ecclesiastical Latin. Focusing on printed matter, I have sought to bring back good books which have fallen out of print back to the printed page.

We have released many books within the last few years including a few monumental works such as the Latin-English Dictionary of William Smith and a facsimile edition of the original Douay Rheims Bible.

Currently in the works is the reprinting of a beautiful edition of the Latin Vulgate Bible from the late 1800's. Please visit churchlatin.com today. Derek Bonnell

 

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