As a "reluctant" member of the Ruthenian Byzantine Catholic Metropolia, where revision is running rampant,
I would like to know how the different Orthodox jurisdictions celebrate Pascha. Do most sing the Resurrention Tropar at the beginning of each Divine Liturgy? Does this continue thorough the entire Paschal season? Do you replace "May are lips be filled" with the singing of Christ is Risen? Just would like to know the Orthodox consensus on this issue.
For Renewal Week, each service begins with the tenfold singing of the Paschal Troparion. There is no reading of the psalms during the week, and the only Apolytikia that are chanted are for very big feastdays (specifically Life-Giving Spring and St. George if his feastday is during the week). During the week all the hymns are sunday Resurrectional hymns or Paschal hymns. At the end, before the dismissal there is the chanting of the Troparion again 3 times. The Troparion is chanted as the Entrance hymn in Liturgy, and in place of "We have seen the light" and "Blessed be the name of the Lord." The dismissal always includes "May Christ our God who rose from the dead..." Instead of "Through the prayers of our Holy Fathers..." the priest exclaims the Troparion, to which the people respond "Truly the Lord is Risen."
For the rest of the 40 days, the Troparion is chanted 3x at the beginning of each service; "Heavenly King" isn't said until Pentecost (because we're anticipating His coming at this point); at the beginning of vespers "O come let us worship" is skipped, while at the beginning of matins the "Holy God (3x)" is skipped; the dismissal still includes "May Christ our God who rose from the dead..." Instead of "Through the prayers of our Holy Fathers..." the priest exclaims the Troparion, to which the people respond "Truly the Lord is Risen."
I'm sure there is more that I'm forgetting!