TRADCATKNIGHT: All Present Are Considered to Be Celebrants
Dr. Carol Byrne, Great Britain
To sum up: the ancient tradition of folded chasubles disappeared officially from the liturgy in Holy Week 1956 (1) and from the rest of the Liturgical Year in 1960.
Before their suppression, folded chasubles had enjoyed a high profile in the liturgy, being worn for a considerable portion of the Liturgical Year:
The Sundays and ferias of Advent and Lent (except Gaudete and Laetare Sunday and Christmas Eve); Palm Sunday, Ash Wednesday, Good Friday and the rest of Holy Week (except on Maundy Thursday and during the blessing of the Paschal Candle and the Mass of Holy Saturday); The Vigil of Pentecost before Mass; Ember Days (except those in the Octave of Pentecost); Candlemas during the blessing of candles and the procession. (2)