In Holland, They're Inventing Their Own Mass –
Copyrighted by the Dominicans
Little need be added to this: these men have gone over the edge.
speaking of Communion Services, S. Magister includes an interesting quote from the Holy Father's Sacramentum Caritatis, which contains the following:
I reiterate that only Ordinaries may grant the faculty of distributing holy communion in such liturgies
did you know that? I didn't. But then the Holy Father adds something perhaps even better as an alternative form of gathering in our Lord:
Rather, they should be privileged moments of prayer for God to send holy priests after his own heart. It is touching, in this regard, to read the words of Pope John Paul II in his Letter to Priests for Holy Thursday 1979 about those places where the faithful, deprived of a priest by a dictatorial regime, would meet in a church or shrine, place on the altar a stole which they still kept and recite the prayers of the eucharistic liturgy, halting in silence 'at the moment that corresponds to the transubstantiation,' as a sign of how 'ardently they desire to hear the words that only the lips of a priest can efficaciously utter.'