Ultraviolet
Yes, it does depict the same religion @John A Cassani But it's a very different way of celebrating it. I'm not just being dogmatic, either. The Orthodox (Greek and Russian) are also part of the same religion (i.e. Christianity), yet their churches, liturgy, even parish culture are markedly different than what you'll find in a TLM parish..

I'll be the first one to agree a "sports theme" for …More
Yes, it does depict the same religion @John A Cassani But it's a very different way of celebrating it. I'm not just being dogmatic, either. The Orthodox (Greek and Russian) are also part of the same religion (i.e. Christianity), yet their churches, liturgy, even parish culture are markedly different than what you'll find in a TLM parish..

I'll be the first one to agree a "sports theme" for any church, especially a Catholic one, is entirely inappropriate. But as painful as it is to say this, the fools in that parish are still part of The Church.
John A Cassani
Sadly, this shows how the Latin Mass is divisive. I mean, do you think that picture depicts the same religion as the TLM? There is no way that the two can coexist in the long term. At least they have an actual crucifix, but it’s hard to find anything else to recommend. Fr. Z’s commentary on how the constant, ubiquitous abuses present in the Novus ordo show that it cannot claim the “universal …More
Sadly, this shows how the Latin Mass is divisive. I mean, do you think that picture depicts the same religion as the TLM? There is no way that the two can coexist in the long term. At least they have an actual crucifix, but it’s hard to find anything else to recommend. Fr. Z’s commentary on how the constant, ubiquitous abuses present in the Novus ordo show that it cannot claim the “universal acceptance” that its proponents like to crow about.