Oh, you mean the way the Mass was supposed to be done according to Vatican II? With the people taught the various Latin responses that were their part in the Mass, like the Gloria, the Credo, the Sanctus, the Agnus Dei, and sometimes the Pater Noster?
Yes, we have those in Latin quite often. They’re printed out in inserts and kept in the regular hymnals, and during the Christmas and Easter Season if different settings are to be sung, they’re also printed on sheets for the congregation, and if necessary, the choir goes over them.
I love it but then again I’m 53 so I still have memories of the Mass in Latin, plus I had 4 years of high school Latin and it’s familiar enough to me. The congregation, young and old, has not complained in my hearing! If anything, they seem to enjoy the Latin and the youngsters love learning to say the Ave Maria and the Pater Noster in Latin too. They sing as loudly whether we’re singing “Pange Lingua” or “Praise to the Lord”.