“It’s pretty clear how the older form can enrich the new,” the bishop observed, “but quite how the new can enrich the old is beyond me,” he quipped.
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The older form of the Roman rite is alive and well – Catholic World Report

Bishop Edward J. Slattery of Tulsa, Okla., celebrates a solemn high Mass in the extraordinary form at the Basilica of the National Shrine of the …
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Having suppressed the traditional Latin Mass for 60+years, the militant Novus Ordo justifies further suppression on the grounds of "harmony and unity". It's the classic argument between "we were here first" vs. "we are here now."

In this situation, "we were here first" can smile and say, "why don't we let the people decide?" And "we are here now" won't allow that. Given a choice, More and more …More
Having suppressed the traditional Latin Mass for 60+years, the militant Novus Ordo justifies further suppression on the grounds of "harmony and unity". It's the classic argument between "we were here first" vs. "we are here now."

In this situation, "we were here first" can smile and say, "why don't we let the people decide?" And "we are here now" won't allow that. Given a choice, More and more modern Catholic families are choosing "we were here first".

Like every other Marxist-inspired group, the Novus Ordo loves to talk about "representing the common man" but that pretense drops the moment "the common man" disagrees with that so-called representation. Then Marxists revert to their usual dictatorial stance: "you will or else".