2014 Liturgical Ordo for the Extraordinary Form by the FSSP

The good people at the FSSP have sent me their Ordo for 2014. They are the first group to do so!

Do you have your 2014 yet, Fathers?

To order the FSSP’s Ordo, click HERE.  This Ordo is especially useful for NORTH AMERICA.

It looks just like it always does.  No frills.

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Just like always, it has helpful notes about the 1962 Missale Romanum.

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The Ordo contains exactly what it is supposed to contain.  No surprises.

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A little closer.

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In the back there are some of the prayers we need at different times of the year.  For example, the prayer used after Mass yesterday for the Feast of Christ the King.  It is the slightly adjusted version.

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Ordo.  No sacristy is properly equipped without one.

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5 Responses to 2014 Liturgical Ordo for the Extraordinary Form by the FSSP

  1. Elizabeth D says:

    I found the unaltered version of that act of Consecration a little shocking–I myself, a sinner, am guilty of Jesus’ blood. Good call, FSSP. :)

  2. APX says:

    We certainly haven’t been using the “adjusted” version over here.

  3. Legisperitus says:

    I don’t see anything wrong with the “unadjusted” version, other than its not being PC. If what’s in the Gospels is true, the prayer is quite charitable.

  4. gloriainexcelsis says:

    I always get an Ordo. The current one also has the shortened version of the Act of Consecration. That is interesting, since in the 1962 Missal the whole prayer is found. We recited the long version, no pc, yesterday at Mass, as we do every year. Now, I think, more than ever, we need to keep in that Consecration the fervent prayer for those omitted in the shortened form.

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