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It begins in the normal way with the evening psalm, the litany, the hymns following the evening Psalm and the entrance with the singing of the vesperal hymn, Gladsome Light. The celebrant stands at the tomb in which lies the winding-sheet with the image of the Savior in the sleep of death.
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After the Old Testament readings the celebrant intones the normal liturgical exclamation for the singing of the Thrice-Holy Hymn, but in its place the baptismal verse from Galatians is sung: As many as have been baptized into Christ have put on Christ. Alleluia Gal 3.
As usual in the Divine Liturgy the epistle reading follows at this point. It is the normal baptismal selection of the Orthodox Church Rom 6.
This Gospel text is also the reading of the baptismal ceremony of the Orthodox Church. The following song replaces the Cherubic Hymn of the offertory:. Let all mortal flesh keep silent and in fear and trembling stand, pondering nothing earthly-minded.