Charles Clermont-Ganneau, Recueil d’archéologie orientale, vol. 3 (Paris: Ernest Leroux, 1900), p. 42. This has not gone unchallenged; see the discussion in Loffreda, Lucerne Bizantine, pp. 228–229. The reconstruction of the liturgy in Jerusalem during this period is problematic. However, I believe that Clermont-Ganneau was correct in identifying the formula “The light of Christ shines for all” as liturgical (even if it is not derived from the liturgy of St. Basil). The phrase seems to occur in a number of early liturgies associated with the evening prayer.