The Liturgy is the specific pattern of worship Basileia has received from the Church that expresses the whole of Basileia’s charism, albeit in a liturgical and sacramental way. The Liturgy is the liturgical and sacramental form of the meaning of the Constitution of Basileia in its entirety. Thus Basileia’s Catechism and Canons are not separate from the Liturgy, but are themselves fully liturgical and sacramental just as Basileia’s Liturgy is fully instructional and operational. We therefore recognize that the principle of lex orandi est lex credendi et agendi (“the rule of prayer is the rule of belief and of action”) is not more equally ultimate to the rules of belief and of action that also shape our Liturgy.

Also see Canons, and Catechism.