Here are resources for the Traditional Latin Mass:
It's great to hear from many sources that around the USA and the world, more and more seminarians and young priests are learning the Traditional Latin Mass / Extraordinary Form Mass.
It's also great to recall that Pope Benedict XVI has asked seminaries to teach Latin so seminarians will be able to say the Latin Mass and sing Gregorian Chant.
But as we know, many in our hierarchy and clergy had their formation in the 1960's and 1970's. Those were the worst "spirit [sic] of Vatican II" / "new [sic] theology" / loosey-goosey decades of dissent and "throw the baby out with the bath water" error.
Sadly, too many of those members of the hierarchy and clergy are still stuck in that remote, bygone, irrelevant era. They need to update themselves.
They need to see that young people have good ideas. They need to open their minds to new ideas, fresh ideas.
Our hierarchy and clergy need to drop their rigidity and their prejudices against the Latin Mass. They need to start learning about the Latin Mass and all it has to offer themselves and all our fellow Catholics.
They need to become more pastoral and start fostering the Latin Mass in their dioceses and their parishes.
Change is hard for some people. But our hierarchy and clergy need to stop being afraid of change. They need to try new things.
That's what Summorum Pontificum is all about.