The Rev. Innocent Subiza, left, and Deacon Clark Goecker perform a blessing over the new missals during Mass last weekend at the Newman Catholic Community in Davis. The new texts will be introduced Sunday.
The Rev. Innocent Subiza, left, and Deacon Clark Goecker perform a blessing over the new missals during Mass last weekend at the Newman Catholic Community in Davis. The new texts will be introduced Sunday. Lezlie Sterling / Sacramento Bee
The Rev. Innocent Subiza, left, and Deacon Clark Goecker perform a blessing over the new missals during Mass last weekend at the Newman Catholic Community in Davis. The new texts will be introduced Sunday. Lezlie Sterling / Sacramento Bee

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