Mass book

the missal or Roman Catholic service book.

See also: Mass

References in classic literature ?
And I will send you back to your Mass book, Master Abbe.
It has been come to light that three major travel agencies may have been committing identity fraud to mass book tickets on the Eastern Line of Taiwan Railway's Administration's webpage.
Understandably, William Langland's "Vision of Piers Plowman" assumes a major role, but Rentz also cites practical theology, such as the fourteenth-century poems "Prick of Conscience," the "Lay Folks Mass Book," and Robert Mannyng's "Handlying Synne.
At the OLA Super Conference in January: CANSCAIP authors gather for the annual CANSCAIP Mass Book Launch 2.
Manning opens When Books Went to War with the first mass book burning in Berlin, in 1933.
At the offertory, a donor card was offered up and the Mass book revealed how Ultan donated his organs.
Despite scenes of a mass book burning and some harrowing house-to-house searches, the horrors of National Socialism aren't captured, possibly to earn that box office-friendly certificate.
But community campaigners have hit back, starting with a mass book withdrawal and protest at the Beaconsfield Street library.
It began on Saturday afternoons, when my sister and I slowly slid down each pew, carefully rearranging the books for the Masses that weekend, with the Bible on the left and the People's Mass Book and Glory and Praise on the right.
The integration of mass book digitization efforts into the practice of academic library management reached an important milestone in November 2008 with the debut of HathiTrust, an academic library digital content repository [1].
A TOP author whose book has sold more than 100,000 copies worldwide will be among 30 writers at a mass book signing session to promote their works.
Dubai A mass book sharing initiative has taken to the skies, as Emirates distributed titles across its flights to celebrate World Book Day.