I wanted to take a picture but I couldn't in moving traffic. The other day while on my way to sing in a Welsh Singing Contest at a Protestant Church, I saw a Lutheran Church with two opposing signs out front. They were equal in size and both very large. I shall summarize.
TRADITIONAL HOLY COMMUNION
Traditional Liturgy, Music, and Holy Communion
Sundays at 10am
Contemporary Worship, Music, and Eucharist
I think this speaks volumes about how we use our terminology. Church liberals generally use terms like "Sunday Eucharist" instead of "Mass". You would never, I mean never, hear a traditionalist say something like this:
"Father, what time is your Eucharistic Liturgy?"
Its almost like this place is trying to cover all the bases and still have everyone get long. Would that many of our Parishes tried the same thing we'd be in much better shape. My parish for its part does have both the TLM and the Ordinary Mass.
We won the singing contest by the way, for the quartet section, by singing "Ego Sum Panis Vivus" (I am the Bread of Life) by Palestrina.