Rules

   
  A Table of Transferences
    required, permitted or excluded by the Rules
       
       
    Principal Feasts and Principal Holy Days
       
    Epiphany may be celebrated on the Second Sunday of Christmas (if any)
       
    Candlemas may be celebrated on the Sunday falling between
28 January and 3 February
       
    The Annunciation falling on a Sunday must be transferred
       
    All Saints' Day may be celebrated on the Sunday falling between
30 October and 5 November
       
    All other Principal
Feasts and Principal
Holy Days
may not be transferred
       
       
    Festivals
       
    The Baptism of Christ falling on 6 January must be transferred
but otherwise may not be transferred
       
       
    St Joseph, St George
or St Mark
falling between
Palm Sunday and the Second Sunday of Easter inclusive
must be transferred
       
    A Festival falling on the Thursday after Trinity Sunday is transferred
if Corpus Christi is celebrated as a Festival
       
    Christ the King may not be transferred
       
    A Festival falling on a Sunday in Advent, Lent or Eastertide
must be transferred
       
    A Festival
(except the Baptism
of Christ and Christ the King)
falling on another Sunday may be transferred
       
    A Festival falling on a Principal Feast or Principal Holy Day
must be transferred
       
       
    Local Celebrations
       
    The Dedication or
Patronal Festival of a
church, kept as a
Principal Feast or Festival
falling on a Principal Feast or Principal Holy Day
or the First Sunday of Advent, Baptism of Christ,
First Sunday of Lent, Fifth Sunday of Lent, or Palm Sunday
must be transferred
       
    The Dedication or
Patronal Festival of a
church, kept as
a Principal Feast or Festival
falling on any other Sunday
is observed as a Principal Feast
or may be transferred as a Festival
       
    Harvest Thanksgiving may not be observed on a Sunday so as to displace
a Principal Feast or Festival