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Offline Cryptinox

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Where could I find a physical Breviary with English?
« on: May 09, 2021, 10:48:43 PM »
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  • I have been looking for a pre John XXIII Roman Breviary in English preferably with Latin. However this is quite rare. I don't know where to find one. However I currently own a Benedictine Breviary with English and Latin side by side. If I could find any Latin rite Breviary with some English in it that would be great.

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    Re: Where could I find a physical Breviary with English?
    « Reply #1 on: May 09, 2021, 11:53:56 PM »
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  • One option is to find what you want on a site like archive.org

    https://archive.org/details/theromanbreviary02unknuoft/page/n5/mode/2up
    (note this volume 2 of 4)

    then have it printed on demand:

    https://www.gyanbooks.com/index.php?p=sr&format=fullpage&Field=bookcode&String=1111014627093&Book=The%20Roman%20breviary%20reformed%20by%20order%20of%20the%20Holy%20Oecumenical%20Council%20of%20Trent;%20published%20by%20order...

    This is an all English version (1908). Need to do more looking to find out if anyone has ever published a complete English-Latin edition.
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