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No, it means that an organ is still (including today) not used in the presence of the pope. One would have to change the tense of utor from utitur (present indicative) to a perfect tense, which shows the action was completed some time in the past: usus est (perfect) or usus erat (pluperfect). Perhaps a clearer English translation would be: the Roman Church ...

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