The Traditional Latin Mass calendar is different than the calendar for the "ordinary" Mass. Checking the familiar throwaway pew missalette and trying to match it with your new 1962 Missal will not work. Below is a guide for which Mass is being celebrated. Scroll through to the date you are looking for. Many days the priest has the option to choose which Mass to celebrate and we have listed Father's choice for Epiphany. He reserves the right to change it if needed, though, if, for instance, we would need to celebrate a Mass for a new Pope being elected or something like that. Scroll down further on the page to see a chart of when to sit, stand, genuflect and kneel at Mass, too. Note that there are differences in that regard between the Low and High Masses.
This is the "key" to finding the Mass in the Missal. Each missal has different page numbers so those are not included. Daily Mass often goes by the date and can (usually) be found in the back half of the book. Sundays are usually found in the front part of the book.
["comm:" shows that we "commemorate" another Saint or two by adding three prayers to the "regular" day's prayers. These are the "collect" the "secret" and the "postcommunion" prayers.]
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Low Mass Positions for the congregation
Stand -- at the Entrance
Kneel -- for Prayers at the foot of the altar
Remain Kneeling --when the priest goes to the altar
Remain Kneeling -- for the Kyrie
Remain Kneeling -- at the Gloria
Remain Kneeling -- for the Epistle and Gradual/Tract/Sequence/Alleluia
Stand -- when the priest says, "Dominus Vobiscum" before introducing the Gospel and remain standing for the Gospel
Sit -- for the Sermon
Stand -- for the Credo, except...
Genuflect -- for “Et incarnatus est...Homo factus est” during the Credo
Sit -- after priest says “Oremus” at the Offertory
Kneel -- at the Sanctus (bell will be rung three times)
Remain Kneeling -- for the “Pater Noster”
Remain Kneeling -- for the Agnus Dei
Kneel -- during the distribution of Holy Communion
Kneel -- at the altar rail to receive Holy Communion on tongue
Kneel -- in your pew after reception of Holy Communion
Remain Kneeling -- for the Postcommunion(s) prayer(s)
Remain Kneeling -- for the Final Blessing
Stand -- when the priest says, "Dominus Vobiscum" before introducing the Last Gospel and remain standing for the Gospel, except...
Genuflect -- at the words, "Et Verbum caro factum est" during the Last Gospel
Kneel -- for the prayers after Mass
Stand -- when the priest puts on his biretta to process out
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