Please note that this post took a great deal of time for me to take pictures of the Missals I used, to edit those pictures and then input them into my blog and in order to have them in order, I had to input them individually, which took a lot of my precious retirement time to do! And then I added commentary in between the photos, so please read those as you read what the 1966 Missal had!
These are photos from the official 1966 Roman Missal, basically the 1962 Roman Missal, but with a more literal interpretation of Sacrosanctum Concilium meaning a more conservative reform of the 1962 Roman Missal: conservative interpretation of “noble simplicity”; “maintaining Latin and Gregorian Chant but some English, but Roman Canon in Latin, with very conservative revision of rubrics. This Missal is a post-Vatican II Missal and should have remained the Order of Mass even if the Lectionary we currently have was applied to it. But the original Lectionary, at least for Sundays and particular daily feasts could have been maintained as year A with a new B, C, and D.