St. Ignatius of Antioch, Bishop and Martyr - Missa 'Mihi Autem' - February 1st, 2010

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St. Ignatius of Antioch, Bishop and Martyr
Missa 'Mihi Autem'
3rd Class

Latin Mass Propers Online (Click Here)

[Although, see Secret, Baronius Missal, page 1163:

"Hostias tibi, Dómine, beáti Ignátii Mártyris tui atque
Pontíficis dícátas méritis , benígnus assúme: et ad perpétuum
nobis tríbue proveníre subsíduum. Per Dóminum..."]

Monday of the Fourth Week in Ordinary Time
USCCB Daily Mass Readings (Click here) Saints of the Day & Link to Daily Divine Office MP3's

Saint of the Day: St. Ansgar

Source for Propers: Saint Andrew Daily Missal and the Marian Missal, 1945

The Ordinary of the Mass is not from the Missal of Pope John XXIII, 1962 which is the Missal Approved by Summorum Pontificum of Pope Benedict XVI

To my knowledge, this is the ONLY site available which provides the daily Latin/English Propers for each day. I discovered it linked to an online newsletter posted by the F.S.S.P. in Oklahoma.

The author of this blog, Deo volente, totally disavows the "sedevantist sentiments" of the views of this website which posts these Propers of the TLM. He provides these Propers solely as a service to those in need of them online and uses other sources when possible.


  1. Here is a MUCH better site for daily propers.

  2. Thanks for the link! I emailed the webmaster of this site and he has given me permission to link to his site and to use Propers at will.

    In most cases, I have used the Propers of the Tridentine Latin Rite Missal Project which are complete. From time to time, the Latin has been missing and so I have used backup sites.

    The key is the fidelity to the Baronius Missal Summorum Pontificum edition. If the Propers stray from that Missal which carries the Imprimatur of Bishop Bruskewitz, I point out the changes. I also use the downloadable Propers from Una Voce, Orange County for major feasts.

    The new site you pointed out appears to be excellent, and I will use it as often as needed.

    Much obliged!



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