Here are the first two paragraphs:
"A new generation of young altar servers captivated by the solemn rituals of Latin Mass is mastering the traditional rite in growing numbers in the Boston archdiocese as the liturgy makes a comeback after a four-decade hiatus.
"'It’s really reverent. That’s why I like it,' said altar server Brendan MacKenzie, 12, of Marshfield, as he readied for the Tenebrae, or 'Spy Wednesday,' service at Mary Immaculate of Lourdes in Newton during Holy Week. 'It brings you closer to God.'"
Then, a little later in the article:
"[Altar boy Angelus] Davulis[, 13,] studies from a booklet titled 'How To Serve Low Mass and Benediction' to learn the difficult Latin. He said he prefers serving at Latin Mass to serving at the Novus Ordo, or modern Mass, because he feels more involved."
"Feels more involved!" Okay, liberals, deal with that!
True, this altar boy is in the sanctuary, not in the congregation. But no one can say the Mass of the Ages does not involve the congregation, too, in "full and active participation" in the Mass.
Anyway, don't you think it's high time the L.A. Religious Education Conference offer some real religious education by holding introductory explanatory and training sessions for Tridentine Mass altar boys every year?