The Leonine Prayers at the foot of the Altar after Mass represent a distictively nineteenth century way of dealing with a perceived need to seek urgent divine interventions in particular necessities. And, of course, there was always the possibility of saying a Votive or of adding additional Votive ‘commemorations’ to the proper prayers of the Day. (Not to mention the possibilities offered by the

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