The Pontificale Romanum is the liturgical book which contains the rites and ceremonies commonly conducted by Bishops.  The edition used here was promulgated by Popes Benedict XIV and Leo XIII, and approved by the Sacred Congregation of Rites in 1895.

This electronic version of the Pontificale Romanum has been transcribed for the internet by David Forster (of Oxfordshire, England) for the use of Roman Catholic traditionalists and liturgical scholars.