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Does anyone know where a person can buy a new German missal. Or missals in other languages? I am specifically looking for a German one and have no luck. Do the German trads just use worn out antiques or what? Can any of you over in Germany or Austria find new missals in the Latin masses? What do they use?
German EF Missal?

I'm going back to Stuttgart in 2 days.  If no one else knows where to get one, I can ask a few of the EF-goers where to find them. 

German trads seem to have a new one, but a bunch use worn out antiques (lol).  But, I'm *pretty* sure they have new editions.

Are you looking for a full missal for the laity, or just the section for the Mass?

CollegeCatholic Wrote:German EF Missal?

Are you looking for a full missal for the laity, or just the section for the Mass?

Yes, I wanted a full missal for the laity. I once saw a French version of "St. Joseph's Daily Missal" that looked just like my English edition, and I wanted one in German. What's the EF stand for?
EF = Extraordinary form, in other words the traditional Latin Mass.
I'm 99% sure the missals exist. 

I'll PM you when I find out, if no one else chirps in.

you might want to try here

http://www.todocoleccion.net/english/busca_eng.cfm?P=1&D=c

or here

http://www.todocoleccion.net/buscador.cfm?P=1&D=t

just a heads up, Aleman means German
The Germans call their lay-missals "Schott Messbuch" the name is from the priest who made the first edition.

You can order it here: http://www.introibo.net/buechershop.htm
O.K. now we're getting somewhere. Thank you all for your help. I made an oder through the Sarto Verlag website.