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Offline tradne4163

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Wanted-- Carmelite Rite (O. Carm) Breviary (1935)
« on: February 27, 2013, 01:38:13 PM »
This is a very rare item, so I know it's highly unlikely any of you actually have one. But should you happen to see one for sale somewhere (like ebay), please send a PM my way. Thanks. If you do happen to have one you'd be willing to part with, I'd love to know. Thanks.
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Re: Wanted-- Carmelite Rite (O. Carm) Breviary (1935)
« Reply #1 on: April 20, 2013, 02:42:42 PM »
JMJ
It is online but only in Latin, of course. There is a Traditional Carmelite Hermit/Monastic Community in Brazil that uses
the Carmelite Rite Mass & Divine Office w/the permission of the O.Carms in Rome. The site is as follows:

http://www.mosteirocarmelita.com.br/wordpress/?cat=3

Once you get to that page, click on the word: Salterio (on the left-hand side)

A new page will pop-up (I do not know the technical names, sorry) open it & that will be the Carmelite Rite Divine Office
also known as the Rite of the Holy Sepulchre....

Hope this is helpful to you. God bless!
 

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Re: Wanted-- Carmelite Rite (O. Carm) Breviary (1935)
« Reply #2 on: May 02, 2013, 10:15:47 PM »
Whoa, never heard of these brazilians, that's awesome. I know the Carmelite monks in Wyoming do the Carmelite Rite and pray the Carmelite Rite breviary cause I've visited them many times.

I know a guy at my parish who has a Carmelite Rite Latin/English Hand Missal and the 4 volume set of an all latin Desclee Carmelite Rite 1938 breviary. I don't think he wants to sell it though, you could probably sell it for 2k$ on ebay now.
 

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Re: Wanted-- Carmelite Rite (O. Carm) Breviary (1935)
« Reply #3 on: May 02, 2013, 11:15:29 PM »
Whoa, never heard of these brazilians, that's awesome. I know the Carmelite monks in Wyoming do the Carmelite Rite and pray the Carmelite Rite breviary cause I've visited them many times.

I know a guy at my parish who has a Carmelite Rite Latin/English Hand Missal and the 4 volume set of an all latin Desclee Carmelite Rite 1938 breviary. I don't think he wants to sell it though, you could probably sell it for 2k$ on ebay now.
Do you know, do they use the Traditional Holy Week, or do they incorporate the Pius XII Holy Week changes?
 

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Re: Wanted-- Carmelite Rite (O. Carm) Breviary (1935)
« Reply #4 on: August 12, 2013, 04:17:49 PM »
I am new to this site. I do have a 4 volume O. Carmelitum Breviary set that was printed in 1938-40 in Tournai, Belgium by DESCLEE & Comp. for the Soc. of St. John The Evangelist that I am willing to sell. I only check this site 1 time a day. And I am not sure how it works to sell an item, but I hope to sell these books.

They are paged as follows (With size and Propers):

Vol. 1) Pars Hiemalis: LXXXVII+933+(280)+(5)--4 1/8" x 6 7/8"-- First Sunday of Advent to Saturday Before 1st. Sunday of Lent--Proper of Saints: 26 November: St. Silvester to 13 March: St. Euphasina.

Vol. 2) Pars Verna: XXXI+1031+(284)--4 1/2" x 6 11/16"--1st. Sunday of Lent to Saturday after Pentecost--Proper of Saints:
7 February: St. Romualdi to 19 June: St Juliana da Falconeras.

Vol. 3) Pars Aestiva: XXXI+1003+(279)+(3)--4 1/2" x 6 11/16--Feast of the Most Holy Trinity to Saturday Before 1st. Sunday of September--Proper of Saints: 16 May: St. Simon Angelici (St. Simon Stock) to 2 September: St. Brocardi.

Vol. 4) Pars Autumnalis: XXXI+911+(278)+(23)--4 1/2" x 6 11/16--Saturday before 1st. Sunday of September to Saturday before 1st. Sunday of Advent--Proper of Saints: 28 August: St. Augustine of Hippo to 2 December: St. Vibiana.

The ribbons are very worn; The Covers need some staining and also the edges should be restained. For a person who can do the required work I would suggest: booksbycw.com. I am willing to sell them for a fair price.
 

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Re: Wanted-- Carmelite Rite (O. Carm) Breviary (1935)
« Reply #5 on: August 12, 2013, 04:36:45 PM »
I might still be interested. So about where would this be shipped from?
As for the price, did you already have an idea of what you're looking for?
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Re: Wanted-- Carmelite Rite (O. Carm) Breviary (1935)
« Reply #6 on: August 12, 2013, 05:16:54 PM »
My location is San Francisco, Ca. U.S.A. I am looking to sell them for $500, which is a bargon. I can send you pictures of the spines of the 4 volumes, covers of 2 vol. and pages from the Winter vol. My e-mail address is: plgrajek1958[at]yahoo[dot]com. I am at home and can reply sooner than I posted. Thank you,, Philip

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Re: Wanted-- Carmelite Rite (O. Carm) Breviary (1935)
« Reply #7 on: January 24, 2015, 03:18:39 PM »
Renewing my quest. Again, I know it's a long shot.
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