The Rad Trad's most viewed post is his summary of the pre-Pius XII rites for Good Friday, accompanied by photographs from a celebration by the Institute of Christ the King in 2003 at their seminary. What the Rad Trad neglected to mention is that a noble custom, now often out of practice, of "deposing" the Corpus of the Lord from the Crucifix often followed the Mass of the Pre-Sanctified on Good Friday. The Corpus would then be buried in a "sepulcher" in a manner akin to the epitaphios in the Byzantine rite, which has maintained their venerable liturgical rite. The Rad Trad has discovered what such a rite might look like. What follows below is the tale end of such a deposition ceremony on Good Friday, 2013 at the Franciscan monastery in Jerusalem (this particular Franciscan community runs the Latin segment of the Church of the Holy Sepulcher). The Corpus is given the customary funerary rites, then wrapped in a sheet, and reposed in a tomb. This seems to "drive home the point" better than the customary Stations of the Cross, albeit not all parishes will have a side chapel large enough to create a sepulcher.