Adding feminae selectae to the mix for the Holy Thursday foot-washing.
No doubt this will contribute to the local economy in some places as the demand for a quick pedi touch-up rises.
I think it can be a bit indelicate, (especially in consideration of the lack of sense, not to say decorum or modesty, too many exhibit in determining their outfits for Church,) to have a priest kneeling with his face level with... well.
(And I think rewarding the flouting of liturgical law is bone stupid.)
Anyway, let the reminder go out, WEAR TROUSERS, LADIES!
That isn't the change that bothers me, I am alarmed and upset at the prospect of the day of Easter being fixed - oh, not that we and our Orthodox brothers and sisters, (and even the Anglicans, at least what's left of them in 5 to 10 years,) would finally get on the same page, (of the calendar,) but that it should be fixed, without regard to the lunar calendar, on the Xth Sunday of the month of Whosis every year.
The full moon in Holy Week, allowing for pilgrims to travel at night, and for greater visibility in Liturgies and devotions taking place out of doors after sundown is a lovely reminder of the way, even in a post-agrarian society, we are connected to nature, to the earth and the moon and the sun and the stars.
And we should be connected, in a far more profound way than we are connected to the fiscal calendar, or the school year, or when the rates go down for spring break travel.
Don't do it Fathers!
I'm not the only one., by the way, who feels strongly about this.