Latin-Spanish Translations?
  • priorstf
    Posts: 460
    The local parish which has begun a monthly first Friday Extraordinary Form Mass is predominantly Spanish speaking. Their plan is to use 3 Masses for the balance of the year: St. Joseph the Worker (May), Friday in the Octave of Pentecost (June), and Most Sacred Blood of Jesus (all others). I suspect that there are English translations for these somewhere, but I would also like to know where we can find Spanish translations. Thanks all.
  • You did say EF. But do you need the Spanish propers for these Masses? Do you need the chants in Spanish? Do you need Spanish ordinaries?

    Or do you just need translations for those attending these Masses?

    Let me know and I can go to work on this for you.
  • Paul--

    Being a DOM in a Spanish/English split parish in Phoenix all of the above would be most helpful!
  • priorstf
    Posts: 460
    Dr. Ford - Our need will be for the congregation only as we in the schola will be singing Latin. But it sounds like Adam has an even greater need which is really good to hear!
  • Chrism
    Posts: 706
    The Coalition Ecclesia Dei Latin-Spanish booklet missals are available in bulk for $240 per 100 direct from the Coalition Ecclesia Dei, or for $3.95 each from Angelus Press. This covers the Ordinary.

    Propers for Sunday Masses and some Feasts can be found at http://ar.geocities.com/misa_tridentina, under Misal Festivo. If the Propers aren't online, you might consider trying eBay for a 1962 Spanish-Latin Missal.
  • priorstf
    Posts: 460
    Chrism - Thanks for the pointers! I'll pass them along to the people in charge so they can prepare the libellus for our Spanish-speaking parishioners. It will be warmly appreciated.