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OF ALL THE
PUBLIC AND PRIVATE DEVOTIONS IN GENERAL USE:
THE AUTHORISED PRAYERS FOR THE DIFFERENT
Novenas, Litanies, and Hymns for the whole of the Year;
A LARGE NUMBER OF DEVOTIONS
ANSLATED FROM VARIOUS LANGUAGES AND NEVER BEFORE
PUBLISHED IN AN ACCESSIBLE FORM;
TO WHICH IS ADDED
THE MOST COPIOUS COLLECTION OF HYMNS
HITHERTO BROUGHT TOGETHER IN ONE BOOK
BURNS, LAMBERT, AND OATES,
17, 18 Portman Street and 63 Paternoster Row.
Gñus A. JOHNSON, S.T.D.
+ HENRICUS EDUARDUS,
PRINTED BY ROBSON AND SON, PANCRAS ROAD, N.W.
Feb. 14 Apr. 1 May 10 May 20 May 31
June 9 June 20
1874 1875 1876
Feb. 26 Apr. 13 May 22 June 1 June 12
Of all the Feasts observed in England ; with an obligation of
hearing Mass and resting from servile works. All Sundays in the year. JANUARY 1 The Circumcision of our Lord, or New Year's
6 The Epiphany, or Twelfth-day. JUNE 29 St. Peter and St. Paul, Apostles. AUGUST 15 The Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary. NOVEMBER 1 All Saints. DECEMBER 25 Christmas-day. Ascension-day. Corpus Christi-day (being 1st Thursday after Trinity Sunday).
DAYS OF DEVOTION.
APRIL 23 St. George the Martyr.
1 St. Philip and St. James, Apostles.
3 The Finding of the Cross.
29 St. Thomas of Canterbury.
All Fridays, except when Christmas-day falls on a Friday.
VIGILS, WITH FASTS OF OBLIGATION ANNEXED TO THEM.
Sunday in Advent until after the Twelfth-day, and from the
Plenary Indulgences GRANTED TO THE FAITHFUL IN ENGLAND. I. CHRISTMAS-DAY, and the twelve days following, to the day of the Epiphany, inclusively.
II. The first week of Lent, beginning with the first Sunday, and ending with the second Sunday, inclusively.
III. Easter, i.e. from Palm-Sunday, inclusively, to LowSunday, inclusively.
IV. From Whit-Sunday, inclusively, to the end of the Octave of Corpus Christi.
V. The Feast of ss. Peter and Paul, and during the Octave.
VI. From the Sunday, inclusively, preceding the Festival of the Assumption of the B. V. Mary, to the 22d day of August, inclusively. But if the Festival of the Assumption fall on a Sunday, the Indulgence begins on that day.
VII. From the Sunday, inclusively, preceding the Festival of St. Michael, to the Sunday following, inclusively. But if the Festival of St. Michael fall on a Sunday, the Indulgence begins on that day.
VIII. From the Sunday, inclusively, preceding the Festival of All Saints, to the 8th day of November, inclusively. But if the Feast of All-Saints fall on a Sunday, the Indulgence begins on that day.
The Conditions of II. IV. and VIII. are, 1. That the faithful confess their sins, with sincere repentance, to a Priest approved by the Bishop.
2. That they worthily receive the Holy Communion.
3. That if their state and condition allow it, they give some aims to the poor, either on the eve or on the day of their communion.
4. That on the day of their communion, they offer up some prayers to God, for the whole state of the Catholic Church throughout the world ; for bringing back all straying souls to the fold of Christ ; for the general peace of Christendom; and for the blessing of God upon this nation,