In the Ecclesia Dei Indult the same rubrics and disciplines MUST be used in accordance to the rubrics and disciplines in place at the time of publication of the Roman Missal 1962.
This is an express prohibition of women having any liturgical function whatsoever, with an exception of singing in the choir but never the schola to chant the propers.
I cannot believe I am even hearing of one person in this thread saying they witnessed female altar servers at a Tridentine Indult Mass. No priest who is the celebrant at a TLM would allow such a thing.
Yet I have heard of some having the TLM face the people at times and even allowing plain laymen chant the Epistle, both of which are considered as abuses.
The same extends for Ext. Mins. of communion and communion in the hand and standing for holy communion- both forbidden at the TLM.
Many would even be suprised here to also learn that we still follow the old liturgical calendar that was in place during 1962 and that there are several conflicting feast days such as Corpus Christi which is still celebrated on a Thursday instead of a Sunday. We also do not follow the new discpline if the holy day falls on a Saturday or Monday then it is not observed.