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''In England the use of two of these Offices — namely, that of the Most Holy Sacrament for Thursdays and that of the Immaculate Conception for Saturdays, is obligatory upon all persons bound to the recitation of the Divine Office, upon all days permitted by the Pope, except (i) those in Advent and Lent; (2) Eves; (3) Ember Saturday; and (4) days to which the Sunday Office may be transferred according to the Pie, iv. 5. <ref>When these two Votive Offices were introduced by the late Pope Pius IX., and when they seem to have been made obligatory in England, these days were excepted from the Papal permission. The edition of the English Offices now before the writer (Tournay, 1896) excepts only Advent and Lent, but the Catholic Directory shows that Eves also are excepted, and the exceptions would therefore seem to have remained the same as before. Owing to the multiplication of Festal Offices it is very improbable that the contingencies (3) (4) would ever occur.</ref>  On those days on which the use of the Votive Office is permitted by the Pope, but is not made obligatory hi England, its use is optional, as is that of the other Votive Offices on other days.''
 
''In England the use of two of these Offices — namely, that of the Most Holy Sacrament for Thursdays and that of the Immaculate Conception for Saturdays, is obligatory upon all persons bound to the recitation of the Divine Office, upon all days permitted by the Pope, except (i) those in Advent and Lent; (2) Eves; (3) Ember Saturday; and (4) days to which the Sunday Office may be transferred according to the Pie, iv. 5. <ref>When these two Votive Offices were introduced by the late Pope Pius IX., and when they seem to have been made obligatory in England, these days were excepted from the Papal permission. The edition of the English Offices now before the writer (Tournay, 1896) excepts only Advent and Lent, but the Catholic Directory shows that Eves also are excepted, and the exceptions would therefore seem to have remained the same as before. Owing to the multiplication of Festal Offices it is very improbable that the contingencies (3) (4) would ever occur.</ref>  On those days on which the use of the Votive Office is permitted by the Pope, but is not made obligatory hi England, its use is optional, as is that of the other Votive Offices on other days.''
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''After Septuagesima Sunday to Easter, exclusive, the word &quot;Alleluia&quot; is omitted wherever it is here given in square brackets, thus [ ], and in Paschal-time it is inserted wherever given thus, (P. T. Alleluia.)''
  
 
== Office in Honour of the Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary, for Saturdays. ==
 
== Office in Honour of the Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary, for Saturdays. ==

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