Visitors ask...Daily Latin Mass Readings-II
The Roman Missal of 1962 is explained here on New Advent. Note that:
The smaller of these divisions containing that portion of the liturgy which is said in every Mass, the "Ordo Missae" with the prefaces and the Canon, is placed, probably with a view to the more convenient opening of the book, near the centre of the volume immediately before the proper Mass for Easter Sunday.
The portions of the Mass which change daily are referred to as the Propers:
The remainder of the book is devoted to those portions of the liturgy which vary from day to day according to feast and season. Each Mass consists usually of Introit, Collect, Epistle, Gradual and Alleluia or Tract, Gospel, Offertory, Secret, Communion, and Post-Communion, the passages or prayers corresponding to each of these titles being commonly printed in full.It is these that people usually seek and would be called the Propers for a certain Mass or feast. So, the first issue is to seek the Propers of the Mass.
If you wish to find the Mass Propers in English, this man does an amazing job. He updates his posts daily, and the feasts are always accurate. If, however, you are looking for the Latin Propers with the English translation, things get a bit more difficult. There is no one approved site that exists that is comparable to the USCCB which is an official version. Only an approved Missal would contain the correct Propers.
For many major feasts or Sundays, this can be done. Here is a link to the Fourth Sunday after Pentecost. If you scroll down, you'll find a link that goes to the Latin Propers that takes you here. If you wish to have a "paper version," Una Voce of Orange County has actually mounted pages from a Missal which is approved and is in a number of formats. This can be downloaded.
This leaves the daily Mass. As it turns out, there is no "approved site" which carries these although one can find the Propers from "other sources." I post these when I can but always with a caveat that these are NOT liturgically-approved.
Until this is resolved, the best solution is a daily Missal. Other than that, I "catch as catch can" and post what I can find for the present (with the proper "caveat").