Question 1. It is forbidden to celebrate the Eucharist during Great Lent.
Your answer: f
Correct answer: True
Explanation: The canons of the Church forbid the celebration of the Eucharist during the period of Great Lent, given that the Eucharist is a feast of supreme joy and Lent a period of spiritual sorrow leading to Pascha. However, the Divine Liturgy of St Basil may be celebrated on weekends during the Fast; and on weekdays the Liturgy of the Presanctified Gifts is used, which distributes the Holy Mysteries previously consecrated at a weekend Liturgy.
Well, that information sounds familiar enough to me, but why was my answer wrong? The 2nd explanatory sentence says "Divine Liturgy...may be celebrated on weekends during the Fast". So, doesn't that mean that the Eucharist is celebrated during Great Lent? Aren't weekends part of Great Lent? Isn't that called something like "breaking the Liturgy fast?"
Thank you for your forebearance toward petulant me.