1959 Saint Joseph’s Missal
Good afternoon everyone,

I have a copy of a 1959 edition of the Saint Joseph Children’s Missal. It’s a lovely little book that belonged to an older relative, and it’s quite well-worn (pages falling out, missing the front cover). Does anyone know if it’s possible to get a similar version without hunting through eBay or Etsy? I especially like how it goes through the liturgical year and has instructions for praying the Rosary, all with great pictures.

Thank you all.
I wish I could be of more help to your search, but I have a copy of 1959 Saint Joseph’s Missal, one that my mother and father gave me on my Confirmation, by Cardinal Manning of Nov. 21, 1963. I have not seen any other copies in recent times, but a quick search of Amazon, while not fruitful, led me to search Ebay and I found one there: https://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_from=R40&_trksid=m570.l1313&_nkw=1959+Saint+Joseph%E2%80%99s+Missal&_sacat=0

Good hunting!
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I enjoy searching the web! Yes, I know I'm a nerd! Anyway, I found this:

[b]PCB-19.[/b]Saint Joseph Children’s Missal, an Easy Way of Praying the Mass for Boys and Girls, Rev. H. Hoever; Catholic Book Publishing; 1959; 136pp, 5 ½”tall, Color Illustrations; Good+ black Hardcover, chalice on front, wear to corners $12

You have to contact them at [b]email bnzcatholicbooks@gmail.com or phone 715-539-3637[/b] to order
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Thank you both so much!

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