I have a book called The Ordinary of the Mass in 8 Languages, published by The Liturgical Press. It has the Ordinary in Latin, French, Portuguese, English, Italian, Spanish, German and Polish, side by side on every page. This was published in 1992, so it does not have the current translation of the Roman Missal in English. There is a more recent version called The Order of the Mass in Nine Languages which does have the current English translation, but the Spanish was apparently changed from Castilian (European) to Mexican and I don’t know what the differences are between the two. The other languages are Latin, Brazilian Portuguese, Vietnamese, Italian, Polish, Tagalog and French.
Won’t help with the readings, but if you must have them in the local language you can get those online.
French: Association Épiscopale Liturgique pour les pays Francophones (AELF; Episcopal Liturgical Association for Francophone Countries)
*]On the home page, click on the tab “Autre Date.” This should pop up a calendar of the current month. The month names in French are pretty intuitive, but I can help if needed (I speak French).
*]On the calendar, navigate to the date in question and click on it. This should bring up snippets of the relevant Mass readings. Click on any snippet to access the full text for all.
Spanish: Archidiocésis de Madrid (Archdiocese of Madrid)
*]On the home page, hover the cursor over the tab “Oración y Liturgia.” This should activate a dropdown menu.
*]Hover over “Lecturas de Misa.” This should bring up an option for “Buscador de lecturas;” click on that.
*]Click in the entry field under the title “Introduzca primero la fecha y luego presione buscar” or click on the calendar icon to the left of the entry field to bring up a calendar of the current month.
*]Navigate to the appropriate date then click on it. Again, the month names are pretty intuitive, but I can help if needed (The Husband speaks Spanish).
*]Click on the “buscar” button. This should bring up the full text of the relevant Mass readings.
Then all you need is your own English-language missal, a copy of *Magnificat *in English or printouts of the readings shown on the USCCB site and you’re all set.
I am assuming the Mass in Barcelona will be in Spanish and not in Catalán… :hmmm:
Anyway, hope this helps.