1) Pray for patience and Christian charity.
2) Talk to the pastor. There is a possibility that he is only ignorant and would be
happy to do what is right if he knew what right was.
3) Get a sufficient number of orthodox Catholics who are liturgically literate onto the
parish liturgy committee to influence the voting.
4)Write to the bishop. This will possibly result in nothing but a cursory letter
acknowledging your concern, but it is the proper procedure to follow.
5)If the matter is of extreme seriousness, such as made up eucharistic prayers or
heretical homilies, write to the St. Joseph Foundation :
11107 Wurzbach, #601B
San Antonio, TX 78230-2570
Even though this organization is swamped with requests for help, they are often able to
provide clear legal advice and documentation.
6)If the matter cannot (or will not) be handled by the bishop, write to the Apostolic
Most Rev, Gabriel Montalvo
Apostolic Pro Nuncio
3339 Massachusetts Ave. NW
Washington, DC 20008
7) Write to the Congregation for Divine Worship:
His Eminence Jorge Arturo Cardinal Medina Estevez
Prefect Congregation for Divine Worship and Discipline of the Sacraments
Palazzo delle Congrazioni Piazza Pio XII, 10
Make sure that no matter what you do, always act in Christian charity and document
everything (dates, locations, comments). Often, it is the detail of a complaint that
forces action. If the complaint is vague, it is very easy for it to be dismissed as a
"misunderstanding." Also, never forget to pray for those involved. These people are misguided and need calm assistance, not antagonism.