Sometime back I was asked about booklets or resources for th e Extraordinary Form of the Roman Rite for those who are, perhaps, first timers.
The nice people at Angelus Press sent me an example of the Extraordinary Form Mass booklet for use by people in the congregation who may not have their own hand missal.
The booklet has a thin cardboard-like cover with a little texture.
This 2007 booklet is based on The Ideal Missal revised by Sylvester P. Jurgens, SM, of 1962, which had an imprimatur. Commentary was adapted from sources from 1908 and 1960. This particular booklet is a 2008 3rd printing.
It of course has the name of St. Joseph in the Canon.
It is useful also in the UK.
There are indications, within boxes, for Solemn Masses.
There are spiritual comments in the margins.
A sample of artwork.
In the back there is an area to indicate the place where the booklet was obtained. Note: it says “Chapel contact information”, and not “Church contact information”. Perhaps this could be corrected in a future reprint. It would make it slightly more useful.
In the back of the booklet there are the “Leonine Prayers” once ordered by Leo XIII for after Low Masses, prayers for after Mass, Exposition and Benediction. There are no “catechetical appendices” as in the “red” booklet, which spurred the “Ask Father” question I mentioned at the top.