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The New Saint Joseph Sunday Missal (1963)

by Catholic Book Publishing Co, St. Joseph's

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A Sunday Missal is used by Catholics to follow along with the Mass. It contains the readings, liturgy of the Mass and Hymns. This edition goes from 1999-2016. ( )
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