^Cleveland, that's what I thought. So, if that were the case (and I know it's not here), after the hymn "O Gladsome Light", what do we use for the Aposticha and its Doxasticon?
There should be a special section in your Menaion with the hymns used in those special circumstances. If you don't have it, maybe I can copy/scan the stuff from our copy of the HTM Menaion...
If you're looking for it in a menaion, you'll find them after the OT readings; it will have the direction to "continue with the Divine Liturgy," and will tell you the COmmunion hymn, and directions for the end of the service, and then will have the rest of the Vesperal Hymns.
In the Greek tradition (like the HTM menaion), the Aposticha are idiomatic hymns (unique melodies); first one in 2nd Mode, second and third ones in 3rd mode, the Doxasticon is in 4th, as is the Theotokion (it's unusual to have both a Doxasticon and Theotokion on a Lord's feastday, but they're written in here).