The good news. Pontifical Masses are springing up everywhere. For example, I read about another in El Paso for Assumption.
Now I see this great story, in French, about an event in Poland.
Twelve priests celebrated the traditional Mass for the first time [¡Hagan lío!] during the fifth Ars celebrandi workshop organized by Una Voce Polonia in Lichen (the largest Polish sanctuary) last month, which brought together more than 200 people including nearly 50 priests. The closing Mass was celebrated by Archbp. Guido Pozzo, Secretary of the Ecclesia Dei Commission, who also gave a lecture on the theme “The Old Liturgy of the Church and the Current Crisis of the Faith”: this crisis can only be resolved if God is put in the first place, and the liturgy in the Extraordinary Form is one of the means of restoring this hierarchy.
We need the Extraordinary Form everywhere and often to stand on its own in the heart of the Church and to serve as a corrective, to provide a “gravitational pull” on the Novus Ordo. Also, the Extraordinary Form forms priests in a way that the Novus Ordo simply doesn’t. That formation will have a profound knock on effect throughout the Church.
WE ARE OUR RITES!
You should also see the video:
Folks, there is a slow building of Tradition. As demographics shift, we will see the lines converge and Tradition keep rising.