Again. Yes, I know that some people are disturbed that on this coming Sunday, the Feast of St. Mary Magdalene, the LSB does not provide the historic propers for the feast. Instead of the traditional gospel, it goes with the Vatican II selection of John 20. What to do in such a situation?
Some will doubtlessly argue that the old assigned readings for the day be used. That's fine, in a way. But I'd suggest that the better approach is to use the LSB readings. This is the liturgy our Synod has agreed to use, for better or for worse. Many of us who love the liturgy object to folks just going off and doing their own thing. I'd suggest the same applies to those of us who have studied long and hard and love the old services.
I'd encourage us all to set an example of submitting to the liturgical norms that our Synod has established and leading the way by our commitment to following our liturgy in all evangelical freedom and good will.