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When in doubt, the response is, “Lord, have mercy.”
The Byzantine liturgy has a lot of moving parts (a priest needs 12 different books to do all the services throughout the year), but there are standard service books out there with notations at the changeable parts of the liturgy that the kontakion is chanted here or this is where the troparia is sung, etc. I don’t know about in the Catholic eparchies, but language in Orthodox churches is generally dependent on the individual congregations and their historic patrimony. The Byzantine rite has its own calendar, which has 12 major feasts, with Christmas, Pascha and Pentecost being the big three. Weekday liturgies do happen (and maybe moreso in the Byzantine Catholic churches), but the typical cycle of services doesn’t include a liturgy every day. The daily book of the hours is the Horologion.