I know that according to the canons that kneeling is forbidden on Sundays and the 50 days after resurrection, but this article seems to suggest that this rule extends to Saturdays too. What do you guys think?
"In the East, Saturday is still, as in early times, treated as a festal day, except in regard to the cessation of work, and is characterized by the absence of fasting and by standing in prayer."
Then doesn't that mean that we also cannot kneel during the liturgy on most Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays? That sounds bizarre to me though.
I believe on Sunday there is also no prostration in the liturgy since Sunday = resurrection
However thanks for clearing the Saturday confusion up