Blessed Be God

Frs. C. Callan & J. McHugh

SKU: 8164

Blessed Be God has been the most popular Catholic prayer book in America for generations. Newly reprinted in a deluxe pocket-size edition that closely resembles the original specifications.

This edition includes hi-quality features such as a bonded leather softcover, rounded corners, sewn binding, a marking ribbon and more.

Along with the usual array of traditional morning and evening prayers, litanies, novenas, Stations of the Cross, prayers for the sick and dying. It also includes rare devotions for Holy Days, Special Feasts, Holy Week, Paschaltide, Ember Days, Rogation Days, Days of the Week, Seasons of the Year, and Months of the Year.

In addition, an entire collection of prayers for Eucharistic Devotion have been included such as a Holy Hour and the famous Forty Hours' Adoration once practiced in every parish church!

This reprint is current with the traditional 1962 Missale Romanum with a Table of Moveable Feasts good through 2041.

754 pp, leather softcover. 6 1/16" x 3 1/4"(spine thickness is just under 5/8 inch), white fore-edge.

Customer Reviews

Based on 13 reviews
Jacqueline Dawson
I love this book!

I bring it with me to mass and love it!

Lynn Adams

This little book is packed with so many prayers for any occasion whether it's during Holy Souls month or adoration or for during a time of disaster. It also has some writings of Thomas a Kempis-words to live by every day. I can fairly feel the power of these prayers each time I pick this little book up. I take it, along with my missal, every time I go to church. My priest was impressed with it and had me obtain several copies for him.

Richard Johnson

Great book. Packaged with care. In great shape.

Richard Haslebacher Richard Haslebacher

Excellent prayer book

Timothy Miles
Wonderful Prayer Book

This is a wonderful prayer book! However, I am disappointed that the page edges are not gold guilt, given the price. Just plain white. In all fairness guilt edges are not mentioned but it was mentioned in on of the reviews. It’s on me for assuming.