I have started going to a church in a different diocese. It is just weird because I'm so use to my old diocese "traditions". Like for example, in one of the dioceses in my state, women aren't aloud to be Euchristic ministers or be a lectur. Yet, in the other two dioceses women can do both. Another one is: people holding or not holding hands during the Our Father. Or also how church policies are translated by different priests. For instance, when my parents got married 30 years ago, the priest/music director let them use two non-religous songs that were popular on the radio back then. The priest that is marrying my FI and I told us no music that you hear on the radio can be played and the music has to be live, no CDs. So, I am just wondering. Has anyone else noticed this?