Cardinal Filipe Neri Ferrão, the President of the Conference of Catholic Bishops of India (CCBI), and the Archbishop of Goa and Daman released the Sunday and Weekday Editions of the Roman Missal (Missale Romanum, editio typica tertia) in English for India on January 30.
The launch took place during the 35th Plenary Assembly of the CCBI at St. John's National Academy of Health Sciences in Bangalore, south India.
Cardinal Oswald Gracias, Cardinal Anthony Poola, Archbishop George Antonysamy, Archbishop Anil Couto, Father Stephen Alathara, Mr. Nigel Fernades, and Mr. Peter Purdue were present during the release ceremony.
The CCBI published the Altar Edition of the Roman Missal in 2010 and the Chapel Edition in 2023.
In 2015, the Holy See approved the Indian Liturgical Calendar. During its 33rd Plenary Assembly held from November 11–12, 2022, the CCBI approved publishing the Sunday and weekday editions of the third edition of the Roman Missal (Missale Romanum, editio typica tertia) in English for India.
Published in 2000, the Sunday and Weekday editions translate the third typical Latin edition of the Missale Romanum.
The Sunday and Weekday Editions of Roman Missal are compact and printed on high-quality paper using imported paper from Finland, which provides extra strength to withstand everyday use.
It provides the highest opacity and readability. It includes the enhanced features that celebrants have come to know and a proven layout that respects functional page turns.
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