- Leather Bound
- Publisher: Preserving Christian Publications (2010)
- ASIN: B003Z97NDU
- Product Dimensions: 6.4 x 3.9 x 0.4 inches
- Shipping Weight: 7.2 ounces
- Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars See all reviews (23 customer reviews)
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #420,864 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Blessed Be God Leather Bound – 2010
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This book contains a comprehensive collection of Catholic prayers and devotions, including:
• the Holy Hour
• Prayer before the Blessed Sacrament
• Forty Hours' Devotion
• Devotion to the Sacred Heart
• the Stations of the Cross
• Copious Marian Prayers and devotions
• other Saint devotions
• Prayers for the Living
• Prayers for the Souls in Purgatory
• Virtues, Works of Mercy, Beatitudes, other similar Catholic mediations
• "prayers to be said every day" including morning and evening sets
• How to say the Rosary (missing Luminous Mysteries, of course)
Being a reprint of a 1960 edition, there are some things that are less relevant to Catholics today. The readings and mass prayers are for the older rite, so will not be useful at a Novus Ordo parish. The Calendar of Saints' Feasts is slightly different. And some of the prayers are different than what you may hear other people say. The confiteor is different, but also the last part of the Salve Regina, which is often said communally upon conclusion of a Rosary. The book appears to be missing the familiar Prayer to St. Michael entirely, which surprises me.
Also, this volume is actually printed by "Preserving Christian Publications" (pcpbooks dot net); Angelus Press appears to be a distributer of theirs.
There is one ribbon, which is nice to have.
It has every prayer you will ever need. It has prayers for all seasons, days and weeks. It has Mass prayers, many devotions, novena's, prayers for the dead and living etc. It also has lessons on how and why to pray. It has extensive useful lessons on what God expects of us.
It is a must have prayer book! Pass it down to many generations.
This edition of Blessed Be God is a sturdy pocket-size edition. The list of prayers is excellent. There is a section with Bible verses by topic that can be used for contemplation. There are even excerpts from the Imitation of Christ for reflection. The traditional Latin Mass with scripture readings for Sundays and Holy Days with applicable prayers makes this a great book for travel. I especially liked the inclusion of Sunday Vespers.
If one is interested in an Eastern Catholic prayer book, I recommend the Publican's Prayer Book published by Sophia Press which is run by the Melkite Eparchy of Newton.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
My new constant companion. I cannot say enough praiseworthy things about this prayer book. Best quality construction, superior printing, and the content...heavenly. Read morePublished 27 days ago by John S. Wagner
Lovely prayer book - pre Vatican II.
Nice small size for carrying in purse to Mass. I like the selection of prayers that include litanies.
This is an excellent book with wonderful orthodox prayers that you don't see so much any more. There are also indulgenced prayers and a myriad of other wonderful things. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Romanos
Gimme that ol' time religion, gimme that ol' time religion, gimme that ol' time religion, it's good enough for me.Published 10 months ago by 1 Peter 5:8-9
A beautiful prayerbook that has been a constant companion in my spiritual life. I was so delighted to be able to buy a new printing of it. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Eugene Mitchell
I bought it for a first communion gift. I was told it was everything and even more than what it was expected to be. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Mary Thompson
Before becoming Catholic I was Anglican and then Orthodox, and have a large collection of prayer books from all three. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Old Bookman