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Frequently Asked Questions
regarding
CROSSES BEING VEILED FROM
GOOD FRIDAY TO THE EASTER VIGIL.

Q. 1. When should the Crosses be veiled during the liturgical year?

A. 1. According to "Paschale Solemnitatis," a "Circular Letter Concerning the Preparation and Celebration of the Easter Feasts" by the "Congregation for Divine Worship and the Discipline of the Sacraments, dated January 16, 1988,

# 26. "The practice of covering the crosses and images in the church may be observed, if the episcopal conference should so decide. The crosses are to be covered until the end of the celebration of the Lord’s passion on Good Friday. Images are to remain covered until the beginning of the Easter Vigil. [Cf. Roman Missal, rubric ‘Saturday of the Fourth Week of Lent’.]



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