Here is an interesting little piece from Zenit with remarks made by Card. Pell of Sydney about the Holy Father’s Motu Proprio Summorum Pontificum.
Cardinal Pell: Pope Didn’t Turn Back Time
SYDNEY, Australia, SEPT. 21, 2007 (Zenit.org).- Benedict XVI’s move to make the older form of the Mass more available "is not a step backward," according to Cardinal George Pell.
The archbishop of Sydney said this during a press conference earlier in the week on the preparations for World Youth Day 2008.
"I agree with Benedict XVI on this subject," he said. "The Holy Father insists on the continuity between the old Church and the Church of today: He often says that there was not a break with the past, present, future and the time of the council, and I fully agree with him."
The cardinal added, however, that there is not a lot of interest in Australia for the Mass said according to the 1962 missal: "It is not a highly important topic. Even in my meetings with priests in the last three to four days, I wasn’t even asked one question on the importance of the Latin Mass."
Regarding World Youth Day in Sydney, July 15-20, Cardinal Pell said that at least some liturgical celebrations said according to the older form will be available: "At World Youth Day in Cologne in 2005 I myself celebrated Vespers according to the Latin rite. We will do something similar in Sydney."