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The Liturgy of Saint John Chrysostom with special hymns replacing the standard [[Antiphon]]s. The hymns ''O Heavenly King'' and ''We have seen the True Light'' are sung for the first time since Easter, calling the Holy Spirit to "come and abide in us," and proclaiming that "we have received the heavenly Spirit."
The Great An extraordinary service called the Kneeling Vespers , is observed on the evenig of Pentecost (Sunday) evening features . This is a Vespers service to which are added three sets of long poetical prayers at , the composition of Saint Basil the Great, during which everyone makes a full prostration, touching their foreheads to the faithful kneel for floor (prostrations in church having been forbidden from the first time since day of Pascha(Easter) up to this point). Many smaller In many parishes have , this service is done immediately following after the liturgyLiturgy.
==After Pentecost==

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