Ann M said:In Easter Week is said:
S. Ite, Missa est, alleluia, alleluia. P. Go, the Mass is ended, alleluia, alleluia.
M. Deo gratias, alleluia, alleluia. S. Thanks be to God, alleluia, alleluia.
Ann M said:I give up?
Ann M said:
Among the numerous changes made in the calendar by Clement X was the elevation of the Feast of Guardian Angels to the rank of an obligatory double for the whole Church to be kept on 2 October, this being the first unoccupied day after the feast of St. Michael.
So the answer must be, that prior to Vatican II they had separate Feast Days - Michael September 29, Raphael October 24, and Gabriel March 24, and post Vatican II they all have the same Feast day September 29.