The other day our friend John Sonnen reported with photos about the Pontifical TLM celebrated at Santa Maria degli Angeli in Rome celebrated by Dario Card. Castrillon Hoyos of the P.C. Ecclesia Dei.
Subsequent to the wonderful Mass Italian journalist Bruno Volpe has interviewed Card. Castrillon. Among the tidbits revealed, His Eminence speaks about the clarificatory instruction about Summorum Pontificum.
Also, the Cardinal continues to refer to the older rite as the venerable "Gregorian rite". He also speaks very well of Fr. Nicola Bux.
In his recent wonderful book, the noted liturgist and theologian Fr. Nicola Bux underscored the pressing necessity of rediscovering the sense of the sacred in Mass. Does [the Cardinal] share that? "The Liturgy in itself must aim at the sacred. I esteem Fr. Bux, but what he says is at the basis of a good celebration."
Finally: the by now famous Instruction on the Motu Proprio which freed up the Mass according to the old Roman Rite, … a what point is it? "In the Pope’s hands, now it’s his business. Let’s trust in the Pope’s wisdom."
I am getting to the point where I am not sure I really want the "Instruction".