Fr. Ray Blake is talking a lot of sense, as usual, over at St. Mary Magdalen, regarding the Extraordinary Form of the Roman Rite of Mass http://marymagdalen.blogspot.com/2008/06/westminster-i-am-going.html
On the question of the bishops and the M.P. I am very glad to hear that some bishops are actively canvassing for priests able to celebrate the Extraordinary Form. And it is excellent to hear a priest who is sympathetic to the issue discuss the practicalities involved.
I tend to agree with him on the question of Low Mass; my idea of it is as something quiet, deeply spiritual, etc but in reality I come away unfulfilled. It could be countered that the Mass is not about me at all but a sacrifice offered to God. But it is meant to offer us consolation as well. Perhaps our world has moved on so much that I no longer "get it". ( There was after all a genuine reason why Vatican II called for a reform of the Missal, even if what we got was nowhere near their intention. )
But above all I hope and pray that we might have as Fr. Ray suggests reconciliation with the Past.
Oh and GET TO WESTMINSTER CATHEDRAL ON SATURDAY.