First of all I feel it is the responsibility of the “priests” at these parishes to find like minded individuals within the parish or shrines, since it will be the priest who will be offering up the Mass. I don’t have time to be handing out questionares to parishiners. If the priests can’t do it, then they have failed at their calling to worship God in the “most beautiful and worthy” way possible. And to “face” God during the eucharist, by facing the tabernacle. Not turning his back on him, like protestants do!. It is their JOB, to oversee the training, to make sure the choir starts learning how to sing beautiful hymns, like Gregorian Chant and classical music by composers, like Thomas Tallis, or Mozart who composed for the Church. Not John Talbot, or Go Tell It On The Mountain, which is fine outside of God’s Holy Temple, not in it. They need to bring in priests who know how to properly offer the mass to learn and to show the whole parish, especially those who have never experienced it, what the Tridentine Mass is and what the rubirics have to offer their parishiners. To educate their parishiners about the old calender vs the new calender. So the parishinors can see for themselves, not just by words, but by example. Even the Anglican Use (Sarum Rite), could be the perect starting point for the reform of the reform, for the vernacular mass.
It is not the responsibility of the Priest to promote the Tridentine Mass and find parishioners who want it. Priests already have enough to worry about without adding this to the list. You should feel lucky to have a Priest in these days of the priest shortage. If you are not willing to do what you can in order to get a Tridentine Mass, then you must not really want it. You can’t expect it to be handed to you on a plate.
Priests who do not celebrate the Tridentine Mass have not failed in their calling! The Mass of Paul VI is perfectly valid and beautiful when celebrated properly. You seem bent on disparaging the new Mass just for the sake of it. The ordinary and extraordinary forms of the Mass are just as good as each other and they are both just as valid. If you prefer the new Mass, then that’s great. However, do not suggest that the new Mass is inferior because it is still a sacrifice. Anything that produces the most holy Eucharist is worthy of respect. You may not agree with the abuses, but the N.O is a beautiful thing when celebrated reverently.
Not everyone likes the Tridentine Mass. That’s their opinion. I love it but I don’t hold it against them for prefering the Mass of Paul VI. From reading your post, I came away with the impression that you don’t regard the new order of the Mass as valid. That is wrong and heretical. No wonder the Traditional movement has a bad reputation.