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Dom Prosper Guerangers entire "Liturgical Year"
« Reply #1 on: March 08, 2013, 06:34:39 AM »
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  • Thank you!!!

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    Dom Prosper Guerangers entire "Liturgical Year"
    « Reply #2 on: March 08, 2013, 10:04:40 AM »
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  • Thank you. What a lot of work this must have been to scan all of this!

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    Dom Prosper Guerangers entire "Liturgical Year"
    « Reply #3 on: March 08, 2013, 01:10:54 PM »
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  • I appreciate this but I still would like to see people purchase the entire book set for themselves.  If we support Traditional Catholic publishers, they will themselves be able to stay in business and continue to republish now out of print  classics.

    What I would like to see is John Paul II's writings in pdf format because I don't want to pay a single penny for any of his writings.  A dime spent on a small children's sticker from some machine is a better investment.

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    Re: Dom Prosper Guerangers entire "Liturgical Year"
    « Reply #4 on: January 21, 2019, 06:51:24 AM »
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  • I appreciate this but I still would like to see people purchase the entire book set for themselves.  If we support Traditional Catholic publishers, they will themselves be able to stay in business and continue to republish now out of print  classics.
    I mostly agree. I would rather read material in hard copy form than online, too. Also, it's good to have timeless Catholic teachings and truth in hard copy form in order to preserve it, because the time will come when Antichrist erases all Catholic literature from the internet, or an EMP can erase all of it in an instant. And it's good to support Catholic businesses with your money.

    But it's still good to have these online books for people who can't afford to acquire the hard copies, or they're just learning the Catholic Faith and they want quick access to information that will help them develop a basic understanding in their quest.

    The site linked by Geremia is now defunct. Here is the chronological list of volumes of The Liturgical Year by Abbot Dom Gueranger, O.S.B.

    Vol 1) Advent -- https://archive.org/details/V01TheLiturgicalYear/page/n7

    Vol 2) Christmas -- https://archive.org/details/V02TheLiturgicalYear/page/n1

    Vol 3) Christmas cont'd -- https://archive.org/details/V03TheLiturgicalYear/page/n1

    Vol 4) Septuagesima -- https://archive.org/details/V04TheLiturgicalYear/page/n9

    Vol 5) Lent -- https://archive.org/details/V05TheLiturgicalYear/page/n7

    Vol 6) Passiontide and Holy Week -- https://archive.org/details/V06TheLiturgicalYear/page/n7

    Vol 7) Paschal Time -- https://archive.org/details/V07TheLiturgicalYear/page/n7

    Vol 8 ) Paschal Time, 2 -- https://archive.org/details/V08TheLiturgicalYear/page/n7

    Vol 9) Paschal Time, 3 -- https://archive.org/details/V09TheLiturgicalYear/page/n7

    Vol 10) Time After Pentecost -- https://archive.org/details/V10TheLiturgicalYear/page/n6

    Vol 11) Time After Pentecost, 2 -- https://archive.org/details/V11TheLiturgicalYear/page/n3

    Vol 12) Time After Pentecost, 3 -- https://archive.org/details/V12TheLiturgicalYear/page/n9

    Vol 13) Time After Pentecost, 4 -- https://archive.org/details/V13TheLiturgicalYear/page/n7

    Vol 14) Time After Pentecost, 5 -- https://archive.org/details/V14TheLiturgicalYear/page/n7

    Vol 15) Time After Pentecost, 6 -- https://archive.org/details/V15TheLiturgicalYear/page/n1
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    Re: Dom Prosper Guerangers entire "Liturgical Year"
    « Reply #5 on: January 21, 2019, 08:17:49 AM »
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  • I mostly agree. I would rather read material in hard copy form than online, too. …..
    I just up thumbed your posting to offset the down thumb someone posted likely by mistake. I agree with your suggestion.
    By coincidence, I was reading from the Liturgical Year to my children yesterday and telling them, that if I were deserted on an island and could only have two books, I would have the Haydock bible and The Liturgical year.
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    Re: Dom Prosper Guerangers entire "Liturgical Year"
    « Reply #6 on: January 21, 2019, 01:14:35 PM »
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  • ... it's good to have timeless Catholic teachings and truth in hard copy form in order to preserve it, because the time will come when Antichrist erases all Catholic literature from the internet, or an EMP can erase all of it in an instant.

    Or, what's worse, not just "erase" it but start revising and altering it.  When all you have are electronic copies, nobody would be any wiser if various "offensive" passages were removed from Sacred Scripture, just to take an example.

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    Re: Dom Prosper Guerangers entire "Liturgical Year"
    « Reply #7 on: January 21, 2019, 01:15:48 PM »
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  • I just up thumbed your posting to offset the down thumb someone posted likely by mistake. I agree with your suggestion.
    By coincidence, I was reading from the Liturgical Year to my children yesterday and telling them, that if I were deserted on an island and could only have two books, I would have the Haydock bible and The Liturgical year.

    From time to time, one can almost detect a tad bit of modernism here and there, but it's a very solid work overall.


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    Re: Dom Prosper Guerangers entire "Liturgical Year"
    « Reply #8 on: January 21, 2019, 01:25:21 PM »
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  • Never mind ... someone already addressed my question.

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    Re: Dom Prosper Guerangers entire "Liturgical Year"
    « Reply #9 on: January 21, 2019, 03:01:01 PM »
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  • From time to time, one can almost detect a tad bit of modernism here and there, but it's a very solid work overall.
    They keep us on our toes. 
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    Re: Dom Prosper Guerangers entire "Liturgical Year"
    « Reply #11 on: January 24, 2019, 05:37:48 PM »
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  • The above posted links are not all correct and some of the books are missing. 

    I just clicked on all 15 volumes. They look correct to me. The last volume (Volume 15) appears it might be wrong because the default page (after clicking the link) to the book isn't correct, but what follows is the correct volume.
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