I assume I got this right, I just want to make sure. Is it right that it doesn’t matter (for fulfilling the Sunday obligation) if the mass I go to does not have the regular Sunday readings?
Current situation: I am considering going to mass in a town where this Sunday (tomorrow) they are celebrating the Saint Lawrence as a solemnity, because he is the patron saint of the church. I used to live there and it would be nice to go to the celebration.
Now, if I still lived there, it would be clear: The solemnity overweighs the Sunday. But since I don’t live in that town anymore and where I live now the normal readings would be read, I have asked myself would I have to go to another mass in the evening when i get back to the city where I live now??
If somebody is surer than me and knows for sure, I would appreciate it :).
(I am not in the US, but I think such rules are universal?)