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Catholic Book Publishing St. Joseph Sunday Missal: The Complete Masses for Sundays, Holydays, and the Easter Triduum, Largeprint, Bonded Leather Burgundy, Zipper

This complete and permanent Saint Joseph Sunday Missal from Catholic Book Publishing is a comprehensive, all-inclusive Missal that provides everything necessary to fully participate in each Sunday, Sunday vigil, and Holyday Mass. Elegantly presented in burgundy bonded leather-zipper binding, the Saint Joseph Sunday Missal contains the Lectionary readings and the celebrant's and people's prayers (in bold face) for Sundays and Holydays. This beautiful Missal offers the complete 3-year cycle for all Sunday readings, conveniently repeating prayers for each cycle to eliminate unnecessary page-turning. Perfect for personal use or gift-giving, this Saint Joseph Sunday Missal is designed to be treasured for a lifetime and also features a sturdily sewn binding and magnificent four-color illustrations.
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My faith!

Date:June 13, 2013
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Location:Corpus Christi, TX
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The book has explained the Sunday Mass in its entirety. All word per word. Thank you so much!
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