FOLLOW-UP: Online volume of Acta Apostolicae Sedis has been corrected

Acta Apostolicae SedisDo you remember my post about the pages missing from the 1960 volume of the Acta Apostolicae Sedis on the Holy See’s online archive?   HERE.

The pages which would have included the rubrics for Mass and the Breviary were missing.

There there was a follow up to that post.  HERE.

There was an explanation offered by a reader about the project to put the AAS online and why the pages might have been missing.

I am happy to report that the same person wrote back with this news:

I just wanted to let you know that the great volunteer found a complete copy of AAS 1960, scanned the missing pages and the new pdf file is now up on

Maybe your readers would like to know about that.

Many thanks!  WDTPRS KUDOS to all involved.

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  1. Andrew says:

    Many thanks indeed, not only for this item but for the entire AAS online series. Lots of useful, and often hard to obtain information, encyclicals, post-canonization homilies, conciliar documents and much more.

  2. KevinSymonds says:

    Well, that’s an accomplishment! Fr. Z.’s blog has effected instantaneous change at the Vatican!

    Now what was that about contemporary means of social communications rapidly changing the world these days…? :)

    In all seriousness, what that man did with the AAS series was a truly thankless piece of grunt work. However, this monumental task makes me think his reward will be great in heaven.

    -Kevin Symonds

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