Motu Proprio is meant for those faithful to Vatican II and will change nothing for most Catholics, says Cardinal Ricard
The American Spectator - Lex Orandi — By Lisa Fabrizio
National Catholic Register - Why the Old Mass? — BY Father Raymond J. de Souza
Australia's ABC National Radio Panel Discussion with:
Transcript and Audio
Thomas Woods: Pope Benedict boosts Latin Mass toward comeback. HT Rorate Caeli
President of the International Council of Christians and Jews
Dr Alcuin Reid
Liturgist and author
Executive Secretary of the National Liturgical Commission, Australia
Sr. Joan Chittister, OSB - Coming soon to a church near you HT to Fr. Arsenius
Excerpt: The Latin Mass, for instance, in which the priest celebrates the Eucharist with his back to the people, in a foreign language -- much of it said silently or at best whispered -- makes the congregation, the laity, observers of the rite rather than participants in it.
Philadelphia Inquirer - Reviving a Latin past
Statement of the Diocese of Pittsburgh PA
Excerpt: "It is important to note that the celebration of the Roman Missal of Pope Blessed John XXIII is not permitted at regularly scheduled weekday or Sunday."