The Missal Guide 2020 is a handy little guide to help the user in assisting at Mass using a daily or Sunday Missal. It contains pertinent information regarding the Mass

 

SUNDAY MISSAL GUIDE 2020
© Copyright 2019
Rev. Fr. Thomas Mroczka
2430 Spruce Place
White Bear Lake, MN 55110-4864

 APRIL

Sunday, April 5, Palm Sunday, semi-double. Color: Violet. In Mass: Psalm 42 is omitted at the prayers at the foot of the altar, Tract, Creed, Preface of the Holy Cross, Passion of Our Lord Jesus Christ [Mt. 26, 1-75; 27, 1-66]. The doxology, Glory be, is omitted during Mass and it is omitted during the Aspérges. N.B. There is the blessing and distribution of Palms with procession before Mass. If Mass is offered without the blessing of Palms, there is a proper Last Gospel taken from the ceremony of the blessing of Palms, In íllo témpore: Cum appropinquásset, [Mt. 21, 1-9].

Sunday, April 12, Easter Sunday, double of the first class. Color: White. In Mass: Gloria, Creed, Sequence, Preface of Easter, Ite Míssa est, Allelúia, Allelúia at the end of Mass with response Deo Gratías Allelúia, Allelúia by altar boys. Proper Hanc ígitur and Communicántes in the Canon of Mass. N.B. The organ is played, and the altar is decorated with flowers. The Vida Aquam is sung instead of the Aspérges before High Mass until Pentecost Sunday inclusive.

Sunday, April 19, Low Sunday [Quasimodo Sunday], double major. Color: White. In Mass: Gloria, Creed, Preface of Easter [in hoc potíssimum gloriósius prædicáre]. N.B. The Vidi Aquam is sung before High Mass.

Sunday, April 26, 2nd Sunday after Easter, semi-double. Color: White. In Mass: Gloria, 2nd Oration: S. Cletus & Marcellinus, Gregem tuum, Pastor, 3rd Oration: Of the BVM, Concéde nos, Creed, Preface of Easter. The Vidi Aquam is sung before High Mass.

MAY

Sunday, May 3, Finding of the Holy Cross [3rd Sunday after Easter], double of the 2nd class. Color: Red. In Mass: Gloria, 2nd
Oration: 3rd Sunday after Easter, Deus, qui errantibus, 3rd Oration: Octave of Solemnity of S. Joseph, Deus, qui, 4th Oration: S.
Alexander & Companions, Praesta, quaesumus, Creed, Preface of the Cross. Proper Last Gospel of the 3rd Sunday after Easter, In illo tempore: Dixit....Modicum. [Jn. 16, 16-221 The Vidi Aquam is sung before High Mass.

Sunday, May 10, 4th Sunday after Easter, semi-double. Color: White. In Mass: Gloria, 2nd Oration:. S. Antonius, Sancti Antonini,
3rd Oration: Ss. Gordian & Epimachus, Da, quaesumus, Creed, Preface of Easter. N.B. The Vidi Aquam is sung before High Mass.

Sunday, May 17, 5th Sunday after Easter, semi-double. Color: White. In Mass: Gloria, 2nd Oration: S. Pascal BayIon, Deus, qui
beatum, Creed, Preface of Easter. N.B. The Vidi Aquam is sung before High Mass.

Thursday, May 21, Ascension Thursday, double of the first class. Color: White. In Mass: Gloria, Creed, Preface of the Ascension,
Proper Communicantes in the Canon of Mass. N.B. The Paschal candle is extinguished after the Gospel is read.

Sunday, May 24, Sunday within the Octave of the Ascension, semi-double. Color: White. In Mass: Gloria, 2nd Oration: Octave of the Ascension, Concede, quaesumus, Creed, Preface of the Ascension. Proper Communicantes in the Canon of Mass. N.B. The Vidi Aquam is sung before High Mass.

Sunday, May 31, Pentecost Sunday [Whit Sunday], double of the first class. Color: Red. In Mass: Gloria, Creed, Sequence, Preface of the Holy Ghost. Proper Hanc igitur and Communicantes in the Canon of Mass. N.B. The Vidi Aquam is sung before High Mass.

 

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The Six Holy Days of Obligation in the USA

January 1, Circumcision of Our Lord
May 30, Ascension Thursday
August 15, Assumption of the BVM
November 1, All Saints’ Day
December 8, Immaculate Conception of the BVM
December 25, Nativity of Our Lord

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