Extent: LeatherBound

Pages: 1,538

Size: 27cm x 19cm

Publisher: Veritas

Color: Green

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An Leabhar Aifrinn Romhanach

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Following the publication of the third edition of the Roman Missal, the Irish Catholic Bishops' Conference and Veritas are proud to present the translation and publication of An Leabhar Aifrinn Rómhánach.
The Recognito was received and work completed for the publication of the missal which will come into operation in Ireland on the first Sunday of Advent, 2017.



'This is a very significant moment for the Irish church and especially for Irish speakers throughout the country. It is also a significant cultural moment for all us as Irish people and as Catholics. The Missal will stand for many years to come'
Bishop Brendan Kelly

Note: This is an altar missal only

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