What is wrong with this picture?
No? Isn't it obvious? It is the perfect example of a church that is not going to make anyone happy. You see the 1970's banners and the wooden sun rays around the crucifix (as it is ordinary time and not Lent/Easter, the clay pots at the center of the sanctuary and the plywood-airbrushed risen Lord covering the crucifix is in storage for next year) to relate to the modern side of people. Then, you can see a beautiful tabernacle front and center as a nod to the traditional. And then, for the Saturday vigil, the Latin-rite priest allows us Byzantine Catholics to have our Liturgy there; hence, the portable life-size icons are there temporarily to simulate an icon screen.
Just as we lay people shouldn't complain when a priest coughs in the wrong place, we should also be merciful and flexible where our parish is concerned. We should do our best to cease 'church shopping.' This may be easier said than done. Maybe the bishop just sent a priest who is 'liberal.' Maybe our feelings got hurt by other parish members. Maybe the job that was 'ours' (choir member, washer of the linens, flower arranger, sacristan) was taken by someone else or the priest wants to shake things up by moving people around. Are these reasons to change parishes? Perhaps, but not necessarily.