This morning we had communion and used an official Christian Reformed Church liturgy. The most common word form was the personal pronoun (I, we, us . . .). That's OK in the congregation but wouldn't be quite honest if published in the local paper because the reader might assume that the personal pronouns applied to them. We would have to add the tactit "elect," we who are the elect. Last year we would have had to also add "elect - specifically excluding Catholics" because the Heidelberg Catechism curses Catholics. Thank God that this year our Synod retracted the curse and now admit that the Mass is "Christian." The addition would now read "We (the elect, including some Catholic elect) worship . . . ."