Firstly, I’ve been a reader of the blog for a long time now, and it’s really fantastic. Thank you for your efforts. I have a question: Is it permissible to reserve in the tabernacle a separate ciborium for the community that celebrates the Extraordinary Form? Apparently, there is some concern about receiving Communion with hosts consecrated at the Ordinary Form Mass. I seem to recall that PCED has a position on this, but have been unable to find it, so I turn to you. Any help you can provide will be greatly appreciated.
Thanks for the nice comment!
I know of no law that would prevent the reservation of one ciborum for Host consecrated with the TLM and one for the Novus Ordo.
However, everything must be done to move the people – if there are any – in your community away from the error of thinking that the consecration during a TLM is any different in effect from a consecration in the NO.
To that end, I would resist doing this, lest you feed that error any more energy.