UPDATE: Originally posted 14 April.
I just learned of this and I am eager to get my hands on it. It should be a helpful tool.
I have often longed for an easy to use chart to line up the readings from Scripture in both the Extraordinary and Ordinary Forms for Mass. Is reading X on this Sunday in the Ordinary Form appear also in the traditional Roman Rite? Why could knowing that be helpful? For example, if it does, then we might be able to find great commentaries developed over the centuries on that pericope (a cutting from Scripture used in the liturgy) over the centuries. That’s just one application.
It looks as if my desires have been realized, thanks to the work of Matthew P Hazell and Peter Kwasniewski (who provides a Forward – he teaches at Wyoming Catholic College).
Every priest and seminarian needs this. Make sure they have it.
I hope they issue the next volume tomorrow.
I am going to put this book on my Amazon Wish List with a request for 35 copies, so that all the seminarians of the Diocese of Madison can have one. We have done projects like this before with birettas (HERE) and other great books (in years past we got them Ratzinger’s Faith (would THAT be refreshing to read right now?) and Turning Towards the Lord and for the deacons Reid’s reworking of Fortescue/O’Connell’s The Ceremonies of the Roman Rite Described. As a matter of fact, I’ll put 2 copies of that on my wishlist, to give the the new deacons here.)