Welcome to this blog, which has as its main goal the divulgation of the particularities of the Bragan rite, namely those found in the last edition of the missal, that of 1924. Given the scant resources on-line concerning this rite (there is not even a digitalized version of the missal), we aim to make available with a certain regularity, for those who have a particular penchant for things liturgical, the differences between the Bragan missal in its latest incarnation and the 1962 Roman missal (currently used in the Extraordinary Form of the Roman rite), as well as with the current Roman missal, whenever possible or of interest.
This blog also hopes to renew interest in this much neglected (and virtually moribund) rite, and to show that the Roman Church has always had a healthy dose of liturgical plurality through out her history. This blog hopes to not only foster historical curiosity, but personal piety as well, to help one rediscover the Liturgy as the place of theologia prima.
We count on your participation as well, to make up for anything lacking.