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Christ Our Pascha: Catechism of the Ukrainian Catholic Church

393 In our Church, the Divine Liturgy
is served according to three orders,
 those of the bishops, Saint John 
Chrysostom and Saint Basil the Great, 
and that of the Presanctified Gifts.
 Ordinarily it is the Liturgy of Saint
 John Chrysostom that is celebrated.
 The Liturgy of Saint Basil the Great
 is celebrated ten times a year, namely:
 on all five Sundays of Great Lent, on 
Great and Holy Thursday, on Great and
 Holy Saturday, on the eves of
 Christmas and Theophany, and on
 the feast of Saint Basil the Great.
 From Monday to Friday during Great 
Lent, as a sign of the anticipation of 
Christ’s Pascha and glorious second
 coming, the Church does not offer the 
Eucharistic oblation, that is, the 
Liturgy of Saint John Chrysostom or
 Saint Basil the Great.

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