At the site of Catholic World Report there is and interview with author Roger Kimball about his new book, The Fortunes of Permanence: Culture and Anarchy in an Age of Amnesia (UK link HERE). Within the interview you will find this gem:
Catholic World Report: You point out in several places that there are signs in our country of religious revival and true interest in orthodoxy. What are some of those signs? Who or what are the main enemies of that revival and interest?
Kimball: To confine myself to just one example, I think the new interest in the Tridentine Mass among Catholics is one such sign. For several years, my wife and I were privileged to attend Mass with Bill Buckley in a small chapel in Stamford. The priest traveled half an hour most Sundays to say Latin Mass in the old rite for four or five of us. When Bill started doing that, the Tridentine Mass was vanishingly rare, almost a verboten exercise. It has made a big come back and is evidence, I think, of a serious religious renewal in our culture. Of course, there are plenty of countervailing evidences, but I think the appetite for that majestic rite is a cheering phenomenon.
Summorum Pontificum was a great gift to the whole Church.
As the Biological Solution continues its relentless work, and as young priests emerge without the baggage of the aging-hippies, the older, traditional form of Holy Mass in the Roman Rite will slowly exerts its “gravitational pull” also on the way the Ordinary Form is celebrated. Priests who learn for the first time, or who re-learn, the Extraordinary Form gain new insights into who they are as priests and who they are as priests at the altar of sacrifice. Priesthood cannot be separated from sacrifice. The older form helps priests to reconnect all the disjointed signals. In the course of things, their ars celebrandi will change also in the Ordinary Form, which must have a knock-on effect for their congregants.
The New Evangelization must begin with a revitalization of our liturgical worship.