What’s a Missal?

17 Aug 2011 by SHRCChurch, Comments Off on What’s a Missal?

This Missal that is changing is the one that the priest uses   on the altar.  This contains the prayers for both Sunday and weekday liturgies.  Some may remember the days of our having missals that we brought to church with us.  We now use missalettes and hymnals in church.  These books will contain the new prayers for those in the congregation, so you won’t need your own book for church.  So we can get used to the changes, there will be pew cards available to help us  all follow the new prayers used during mass beginning the first Sunday of Advent, 2011.

Next week: more questions and answers on the Missal.

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