See this worth-it ebook and audiobook:
- The Latin Mass Explained: Everything Needed to Understand and Appreciate the Traditional Latin Mass, by Msgr. George J. Moorman, with a Foreword by R. Michael Schmitz, Vicar General, Institute of Christ the King Sovereign Priest (Charlotte: NC: TAN Books, 2007). With Imprimatur. The ebook, printed book, and mp3 audio are available on this page of TAN Books. The ebook and audiobook are available at Google Play Books. The printed book is available at Barnes & Noble.
See also the related texts and ebooks listed on the Project index page Liturgy, the 07 July 2014 post “Free ebook: “Explanation of the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass”, by Martin von Cochem“, and the 08 July 2020 post “Worth-it ebook: “The Genius and Timeliness of the Traditional Latin Mass”, by Peter Kwasniewski“; and the following texts and ebooks:
- Cochem’s Explanation of the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass; with an Appendix, Containing Devotions for Mass, for Confession, and for Communion, by Martin von Cochem [+1712], with a Preface by Bishop Camillus P. Maes [+1915] (New York, Cincinnati, Chicago: Benziger Brothers, 1896). With Imprimatur. May be read online, and available in pdf, epub, mobi, and other formats, at Internet Archive.
- The Mass of the Western Rites, by the Right Reverend Dom Fernand Cabrol, Abbot of Farnborough Abbey. Available in pdf format on this page of Sancta Missa. May be read online on this page of the EWTN Library. Chapter 10 may be read online on this page of the Franciscan Archive.
- Nothing Superfluous: An Explanation of the Symbolism of the Rite of St. Gregory the Great, by the Rev. James W. Jackson, FSSP (Lincoln, NE: Redbrush, 2016). With Imprimatur. The printed book (softcover/paperback) may be purchased on this page of Fraternity Publications. The paperback and the ebook (which may be read for free by Amazon Kindle subscribers) may be available at Amazon. [See also this review by Peter Kwasniewski “Nothing Superfluous — A Masterful Spiritual Guide to the Traditional Mass” (September 12, 2016) at the New Liturgical Movement.]
- The Order and Ceremonial of the Most Holy and Adorable Sacrifice of the Mass: explained in a dialogue between a priest and a catechumen, by Frederick Oakeley (New York: Catholic Publication Society, pref. 1859). With Imprimatur. Available at Open Library and Internet Archive (Digitizing sponsor: MSN, Book contributor: University of California Libraries). History, Sacraments, Liturgy.
- Reclaiming Our Roman Catholic Birthright: The Genius and Timeliness of the Traditional Latin Mass, Kindle Edition, by Peter Kwasniewski (Brooklyn, NY: Angelico Press, 2020). The print book and the ebook are available for purchase, and the ebook may be read for free by Amazon Kindle subscribers, through Amazon.com and Amazon UK. (N.B., This book is recommended by faithful pastors: Fr. John Zuhlsdorf, on this post of Fr. Z’s Blog; and Fr. William Slattery through his brief review at Rorate Caeli.)
- The Ritual of the New Testament: An Essay on the Principles and Origin of Catholic Ritual in Reference to the New Testament, 3rd edition, by Rev. T.E. Bridgett, C.Ss.R. (London, Burns and Oates; New York: Catholic Publication Society, 1887). With Imprimatur. Available in pdf, epub, mobi/kindle, etc. formats at Internet Archive and Open Library, with a 2nd copy at Internet Archive, Open Library and Open Library, and a 3rd copy at Internet Archive. Also available at Google Books, at Google Books, at HathiTrust Digital Library, and (with some pages reserved for members) at Forgotten Books.
On the anniversary of the issuance of the Apostolic Letter Given Motu Proprio “Summorum Pontificum” on the Use of the Roman Liturgy Prior to the Reform of 1970, by Pope Benedict XVI (7 July 2007). For other texts and ebooks, you may access the List of Free eBooks (Arranged by Title), the List of Free eBooks (Grouped by Subject), the List of Worth-It Catholic Books & eBooks, and the main page of the Catholic eBooks Project.
Our God and Savior Jesus Christ, we thank You for giving us Summorum Pontificum through Your faithful vicar Benedict, who thus affirmed and strengthened our liberty to celebrate the ancient liturgies of the Latin Church. Grant that we, who are nourished by the continuing tradition of Your Body the Church, may be ever filled with Your grace and truth, that we might remain in Your love until death and dwell with You forever in heaven. Amen.