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Misal del Día

Trusted for over 30 years, this annual, Spanish-language missal is an affordable, convenient way to enrich liturgical celebrations for your Spanish-speaking assembly.
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Misal del Día 2024 [Missal]
$6.99
MD-241
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Misal del Dia 2025 [Missal]
$8.99
MD-251
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Pay only $3.97 per book and receive FREE support materials with a recurring subscription of two cases (72 units) or more! long with a significantly lower missal price, recurring subscriptions come with free keyboard and guitar accompaniment books and two copies each of Responde y Aclama, Oración de los Fieles, and Liturgia y Canción: Páginas de Planificación.

To place a recurring subscription order, contact your parish services associate.

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Access a free, web-only PDF of the readings and responses for the Extended Pentecost Vigil in Spanish. This PDF includes notated assembly responses for the 5 Psalms and 1 Gospel Acclamation, found in Responde y Aclama. Download PDF

Misal del Día has everything your Spanish-speaking parishioners need, like complete readings for Sundays and holy days, Entrance and Communion Antiphons, Responsorial Psalms, Gospel Acclamations from the popular Responde y Acclama and more than 330 text-only songs. There is also an expanded section that includes prayers, seasonal reflections and national feasts for Spanish-speaking communities.

There is a diverse repertoire of Spanish and bilingual hymns and songs from beloved composers and fully-notated keyboard and guitar accompaniment. The text also includes the following Mass settings:

Questions? Contact a parish services associate.

Following a 2003 directive from the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB), OCP’s Spanish and bilingual missals have used the readings from the Mexican lectionary, and the psalms and Gospel Acclamations from Spain found in the Leccionario: Edición Hispanoamericana. Our current understanding from the USCCB is that in 5 to 10 years there will be a Spanish-language lectionary for the United States. Until then, we will continue to follow the directives of the USCCB.

Read more information about the lectionary texts used in this Spanish-language missal.