Treasures found in Santiago

by Br. Alexis Bugnolo

It is very rare today to find ancient liturgical books in perfect condition, and for sale. But following an inspiration from my guardian angel I entered a book shop and found these.

The first is a Spanish language Sunday Missal from 1943. The book store gave this to me as a gift.

The 4 breviares are from 1911, during the reign of Pope St. Pius X: they cost 150 euros total.

The Missal Ronanum is from 1893, during the reign of Pope Leo XIII: it costs 450 euros.

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4 thoughts on “Treasures found in Santiago”

  1. If you don’t mind, I’d like to buy the The Missal Ronanum from 1893, during the reign of Pope Leo XIII for my priest friend who is a Jewish convert. One of his aims in becoming a priest is to save the Tridentine Mass.

    1. Emelda, I am donating this Missale to a traditional foundation in Spain, in communion with Pope Benedict XVI.

  2. Brother Alexis, I visited a used bookstore last week and since I didn’t have a lot of time, I just browsed the religious section and set my eyes on anything that looked old. I found for $20
    St. Joseph “Continuous” Sunday Missal published July 1, 1957 by Catholic Book Publishing NY.

  3. Brother Bugnolo, I think God has guided you to purchase these books. They are wonderful examples of what the catholic faith was before the scourges of modernism ,freemasonry and marxism destroyed the church..

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