I have received a few e-mails about this, but they are all very vague.
After the decree of suppression was read at the 9:00 TLM today at Holy Trinity Church in Boston, the parochial administrator (who is also the outgoing rector of Holy Cross Cathedral) announced that there will be a TLM at the Cathedral (in the downstairs chapel) next Sunday at 11:00.
Accordingly the incoming Cathedral rector, "with the encouragement of Cardinal Sean", is starting a Gregorian-rite Mass next Sunday at 11 AM.The outgoing Cathedral rector also invited the congregation of the OF Mass to join the Cathedral’s principal English Mass at 11:30 AM. The overlapping times will let the two congregations meet together.
The 11 AM EF Mass will use the lower church
I think this means that there will be a weekly Sunday Mass at the Cathedral.
One wonders about which factors were behind this decision.
Still, we can only rejoice at it! Kudos to the Rector!
Summorum Pontificum is bearing fruit.