The Archbishop talks about how division is the ploy of Satan: “…when we put each other into different ‘camps,’ if you will, Satan dances in Hell because he knows he is accomplishing his work among us.”
“…this sometimes happens, sadly, with regard to the Sacred Liturgy. This form of the Mass [the EF], sadly has become, for some, a source of division, and that is certainly not what Christ intends and it is certainly not what the Church intends.”
He continues: "And, quite honestly, that door swings both ways, as they say. There are those that the mere mention of the Extraordinary Form of the Mass, this great gift of the history of the Church and a great gift given to us in our own day by our Holy Father, Pope Emeritus, Pope Benedict in his moto propio Summorum Pontificum–the mere mention of it sadly send chills down the spine of many and they will almost recoil in horror at something so beautiful and so sacred. And this cannot be, this cannot be! For our Holy Father Pope Benedict said in that beautiful moto proprio, he said: “what was once beautiful and considered sacred for all those centuries cannot suddenly become unsacred or worse yet, harmful.” Worse yet–harmful! "
“But we must also look deep into our own hearts and we must examine our own hearts and make sure that we are not also divisive in our own adherence and attachment to this Form of the Holy Mass and to sort of criticize or look down upon our brothers and sisters who maybe don’t appreciate this Form as much as we do or to say in some way that the Ordinary Form of the Mass is somehow not valid or is not quite right…we must not allow ourselves either to become judgmental and harsh and angry with our brothers and sisters who do not appreciate what we appreciate.”
"We need to, as I said last year, we need to do this in great love and charity, we need to show our reverence, our devotion, for this Form of the Mass, but with hearts filled with charity, filled with love, overflowing with joyfulness and cheerfulness in Christ and we will give a great witness."