[quote="SophieG, post:10, topic:178247"]
Yes, it's a weekend liturgy.
The problem I have with going to the pastor, aside from the fact that I hate confrontation, is that I've already made it known that I dislike this Mass. I don't like the type of music at that Mass, I don't like sitting on the floor, and I don't like going to Mass without my family. Every time there's a youth Mass, they invite me, and every time, I say no.
Hmmm....perhaps I'll talk to the other priest. He's a lot more traditional than the pastor.
Wow. That's a first (that I've heard of anyway). Excluding people from a weekend liturgy I don't know how you would even keep people out, accept to have a bouncer at the door checking ID's (under 18 only :D)
I'm sorry. I'm confused. They invite you? I thought no one was invited.
Why would they have to sit on the floor. Aren't there pews?
I know a lot of people who don't like the music at say, Life Teen Masses and I know a lot who do. :shrug:
As for the family thing, I could see that. Our "youth" Mass is not different than any other liturgy accept we invite the teens to sit in the front pews (if they want), we choose them to bring up the gifts, we ask them to greet people at the doors, we have those trained as lectors do the readings, etc.
Couldn't hurt to talk to the Traditional priest.