1Sara Di Diego = "The priest usually reads from a giant bible with notes in it, and that is what the father is carrying behind the altar boys."
2Kelly Fanning = "The large book the priest (or deacon) carries in procession from the altar to the pulpit is actually the Book of Gospels, not the Bible in its entirety. There are no notes in it, but the Gospels are divided according to the Sunday on which the passages will be read. The full three-year cycle of the Gospels is included in the Book of Gospels. The Book of Gospels is distinct from the Lectionary, which contains the Old Testament readings, Psalms and New Testament readings as well."
3Enakshi Ganguly = ""A person being baptized in the Catholic Church is expected to dress in white to symbolize purity of faith and the cleansing power of Baptism. The white garment symbolizes the white garments Jesus wore when he was placed in the tomb after his death on Good Friday. An infant may wear a baptismal gown handed down for generations; an adult typically puts on a full-length white gown known as an alb."Source: http://www.dummies.com/how-to/content/the-catholic-sacrament-of-baptism.html"