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Since Lady Day falls the day before Passion Sunday this year, and since the Second Vespers of the feast outranks the Vespers of the Saturday before Passion Sunday (even though it is commemorated), should the veils and other images be covered BEFORE Vespers (as usual) or AFTER Vespers, because of Vespers being those of the feast?
Thank you very much!
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