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The Solemnity of the Annunciation of the Lord ordinarily falls on March 25, unless there is a conflict with the Easter cycle. If it falls in Holy WeekLink to the English Wikipedia article or in the Octave of EasterLink to the English Wikipedia article it is usually transferred to the second Monday after Easter SundayLink to the English Wikipedia article. If it falls on a Sunday during Lent before Holy Week, it is usually transferred to the next Monday.

See also the appointed Vesper hymn Ave maris stella as well as pieces related to the Incarnation, such as Verbum caro factum est.

Proper Liber usualis Graduale Romanum (1974) / Gregorian Missal (1990)
Introit: Vultum tuum
Rorate caeli desuper
Gradual: Diffusa est
Tollite portas
Tract in Lent Audi filia
Alleluia verse: Ave Maria & Virga Jesse replace Gradual during Easter During Easter either may be used in place of Grad. or Tract
Offertory: Ave Maria
Communion: Ecce virgo

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