I found this very encouraging at the Catholic Herald.
If only more bishops remembered not to forget the Extraordinary Form.
Bishops back live-streaming of Extraordinary Form Holy Week
The Priestly Fraternity of St Peter (FSSP) in Warrington will provide a live-streamed sung liturgy in the Extraordinary Form during the Holy Triduum at the request of the Archbishop of Liverpool.
Archbishop Malcolm McMahon asked the priests at St Mary’s Shrine to live-stream their Holy Week ceremonies in order to “enable viewers to draw close to the sacred liturgy at the most important time in the Church’s calendar”.
The archbishop’s request comes after the Bishops’ Conference of England and Wales received several appeals to live-stream the Paschal Triduum in the Extraordinary Form. Fr Chris Thomas, General Secretary of the Bishop’s Conference, informed the Latin Mass Society of Archbishop McMahon’s request.
While the FSSP at Warrington have been live-streaming ceremonies for the past three years, this is the first time the bishops have specifically requested and endorsed their doing so.
St. John Paul II called desire for the traditional liturgy of the Church a “legitimate aspiration”. He went so far as to command bishops by his “Apostolic authority” to show respect to Catholics who desire the traditional rites and to be generous to them.
Respect and generosity.
We have had little of either over the years.
Things have improved over time. However some bishops even today are contemptible in their contempt for the Extraordinary Form and some are so oblivious to it that it hardly enters their minds.
Mistreatment or indifferent neglect.
Every other group out there gets loads of TLC.
Roma! Roma! Convertere ad Dominum Deum tuum!
Okay, enough of this Lamentation of Ioannes.
I am happy that in the UK there was such a good gesture.
Brick by brick.