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Description. Diurnale Romanum (Breviarium Romanum) For the traditional ( ) Roman Breviary. The Diurnale (pronounced dee-oor-nah-leh) is a single. If you want the older Office in Latin only, then another consideration should be the Diurnale Romanum. It is a fraction of the cost and has. The Diurnale is a single volume edition of the traditional Roman Breviary and excerpts from the Rituale Romanum that a priest might need while away from the .

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Yes, but make sure that you order the correct one because they also sell a Diurnal Monastique which isn’t the same thing but would be fine if that’s what you wanted I guess.

When you get to the webpage type “Diurnal format poche” in the search engine on the top right and you’ll find it. Looks worthy of purchase.


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We added the specific link, just in case, though it may eventually become a dead link. I am stunned this has garnered no more interest than it has. I would love a little volume like this to add to my breviary rotation, I go romamum the Baronius and Nova et Vetera. This seems superb for travel. I’d be more interested if I saw photos. I have the original DR, and love it Are there any photos the OP can post?

Its original version, in perfect accordance with the rubrics, is well known, and loved by many in Traditional communities – see reviews for it here and herefor instance. While the original version has a hard cloth cover and clumsy square corners in the coverthe new pocket-size comes in a flexible leatherette cover, with rounded corners.

The typesetting is or seems to be exactly the same as in the larger version, in the appropriate red and black printing. Some dijrnale of cover or slip would also be much appreciated. In any event, this little book is a great gift for a traditional priest, or for any layman who prays the hours, as long as they have reasonable eyesight the printing is excellent and wonderfully readable, but naturally the letters are smaller than what many prefer.


The larger version is widely available. As usual, this is a disinterested post, and the book was bought.

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