The service book of Petro Moghila contains Latin influences as well. For instance, the belief that only the bread is the Body of Christ and that the wine remains regular wine "because the words of institution were not said". Returning back to the topic, daily liturgy does exist in predominantly Orthodox countries in the cities (Greece, Russia, Serbia, etc.). Daily Liturgy also exists in monasteries and cathedrals, such as the ROCOR cathedral in San Francisco, a magnificent place if you have ever visited. There is no specific "daily rite" but there are different antiphons that are said during the week as opposed to the Typical Psalms (102 and 145 with the Beatitudes) for Saturday and Sunday, and the special antiphons for feasts. There is no distinct daily rite for the Liturgy, unlike for Vespers and Matins.