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Missal

If you do not have a Sunday Missal of your own, booklet missals such as the one shown here are provided for your convenience (the smaller of the two red booklets is the actual missal; they are also available with a green or a blue cover).  
 
These missals may be found at the back of the Church. If you can't find any on the main aisle, you might find some on the side aisles.  
 
If you are unable to find one, feel free to ask an usher for assistance.  
 
These leaflets missals, while quite useful, do not contain the changeable prayers and readings (epistles, gospels, etc.) for the specific day in question of the liturgical year. For that purpose, a larger missaleither a Sunday missal or a daily missalshould be obtained. The changeable prayers and readers are also found here and in the bulletins at the front of the church.
 
Tridentine missals are readily available on the internet at www.ebay.com or from various Catholic booksellers, publishers, and organizations.