I read this at Messa in Latino in Italian which I share in my translation:
“… I went to the parish to go to confession.
The confessor, in his sixties, asked me, “I’ve been here for almost five years but I don’t think I’ve ever seen you”.
I replied, “It is true, Father, you haven’t seen me because I go to the Shrine of … where every Sunday Mass is celebrated in ancient rite ….”
“I expected the usual rebuke, as happened when I spoke with the Rector of a very famous Marian Shrine. The confessor told me with great gentleness: “Keep going just like that, my son: that is the true future of the Church! The liturgy of our fathers will save the Church! Keep going and do not give up!”
“Father,I replied, why don’t you celebrate the old Mass as well, since you think so highly of it?”
The confessor: “After my first public celebration, I would be marginalized by my order … but above all I worry that they would will send in a Protestant pastor…. Have patience a little while longer: Tradition is about to be totally ‘cleared through customs’ (sdoganata – legitimized) and the pestiferous confusion that reigns uncontested now will be annihilated. Have faith: Our Lady will help us!”