The rubrics in the 1997 Passaic version of the Liturgy of the Presanctified Gifts does not mention the use of the candle around the Holy Table, but does include the alternate kneeling of the priest, deacon, and servers with the congregation.
Kneeling occurs on three sides of the Holy Table South, East, and North.
For the Byzantine Catholic Church, the Levkulic edition was commonly used by Pittsburgh Archeparchy and more updated version in Eparchy of Parma and a different updated version in Eparchy of Passaic. Then in 2010 another (optional) version was released for general use in all the eparchies and archeparchy.
There are various versions among the related eastern Catholic Churches and the Orthodox (OCA, GOA, ROC MP, ROCOR, and ACROD) in North America.