We have discussed Daily Missals in the past, for both the Traditional Latin Mass (the “Extraordinary Form”), and the Novus ordo (the “Ordinary Form”), see here, for example.
Well, this is to let you know that two “standards” are back in print (or, will be available soon).
First up, the Daily Missal 1962 (Traditional Latin Mass) from Baronius Press, here. This is the 1962 Missal, and is available in black and burgundy.
The second is the Daily Roman Missal (Novus ordo) from the Midwest Theological Forum, here. These are also available in black or burgundy, hardbound or leatherbound, and also are beautiful and user friendly. Do NOT confuse it with the $150 Daily Roman Missal altar missal found on the same webpage.
I own both of these, and have used them both daily (morning readings) as well as every Sunday. I haven’t used the TLM Missal much lately, alas, as I have no TLM available. But I have used the Daily Roman Missal every day over the past 8 years or so.
They are well worth the $60 (more or less) price: they hold up well to daily use including dropping on the floor, they are jam packed with information including concise basic catechetical information (yes, I have used them both for reference and to look stuff up) and are beautiful. With reasonable care, they should last for decades.
Curate, ut valeatis.