"Nostalgia" is not why Catholics love the Latin Mass
Sorry, Your Eminence, but "nostalgia" plays ZERO part in why I and many other Catholics love the Latin Mass, including many people younger than 40 or so who have known only Mass in the vernacular and could not be "nostalgic" for a Mass they have never been permitted to have.
We love the Latin Mass for its own sake, for its inherent reverence and for all the Catholic elements in it that were removed from the "New" Mass. Sure, the New Mass is Catholic and entirely sufficient, of course -- but when Catholics attend the Latin Mass they see what else is possible.
That is not "nostalgia."
The hostility and the dismissiveness that too many in the hierarchy and the clergy have toward the Latin Mass cannot be good for the Church and are not what Pope Benedict XVI wants.