Even with those things which are permitted by the liturgical books (the Missal and the GIRM), we can do more.
We have already noted that rather than receive communion in the hand (which is permitted) we should rather receive it on the tongue (and kneeling if possible).
This method of distributing holy communion must be retained, taking the present situation of the Church in the entire world into account, not merely because it has many centuries of-tradition behind it, but especially because it expresses the faithful's reverence for the Eucharist. - MEMORIALE DOMINI 1969
Masses on Saturday evening have been permitted since 1967, but, like communion in the hand, the key word is "permitted," meaning that something other than the norm is allowed for a particular reason.
The permission to "fulfill the Sunday obligation on the preceding Saturday evening" was given in the 1967 document Eucharisticum Mysterium. The "particular reason" the permission was given was to accommodate the realities of a modern world which no longer honored Sunday as a holy day and had become a day on which many Catholics had to work. In short, the opportunity to fulfill our Sunday obligation on the preceding Saturday evening is an accommodation to those who are prohibited by work or other duties from attending Mass on Sunday morning:
Where permission has been granted by the Apostolic See to fulfill the Sunday obligation on the preceding Saturday evening, pastors should explain the meaning of this permission carefully to the faithful and should ensure that the significance of Sunday is not thereby obscured. The purpose of this concession is in fact to enable the Christians of today to celebrate more easily the day of the resurrection of the Lord. - Eucharisticum MysteriumAs you can see, Sunday is to remain the norm otherwise there would be no need for the special permission or the requirement for pastors to "explain the meaning of this permission carefully" and "ensure that the significance of Sunday is not thereby obscured."
After the sabbath, as the first day of the week was dawning,* Mary Magdalene and the other Mary came to see the tomb. Mt. 28:1
Art 13. §2 of the Statute permits the NCW to celebrate its liturgy on Saturday night.
The neocatechumens celebrate the Sunday Eucharist in the small community after the first Vespers of Sunday. (First Vespers of Sunday occur on the Saturday after sunset.)
So why then did the Vatican gave the NCW permission to celebrate the liturgy on "the evening of the preceding day" exclusively if this is not supposed to be the norm.
Kiko, as is normal modus operandi, takes advantage of the Church's generosity, and warps the exception into a standard. And when you understand his real aim of instituting a new religion that mimics Judaism while pretending to be Christian, you can see clearly why his neo-cult is a Saturday night-only club.
“They were in the habit of meeting on a certain fixed day before it was light, when they sang in alternate verses a hymn to Christ, as to a god, and bound themselves by a solemn oath, not to any wicked deeds, but never to commit any fraud, theft or adultery, never to falsify their word, nor deny a trust when they should be called upon to deliver it up; after which it was their custom to separate, and then reassemble to partake of food--but food of an ordinary and innocent kind.” - Pliny the Younger (112 A.D.), Roman governor in Asia Minor, writing to the Emperor Trajan about the practices of the Christians.
See you at Mass...Sunday MORNING