A week ago my friend took me to a Latin Solemn mass. I’ve never experienced anything like this before because I was “breast-fed” with the regular NO mass and it’s only about a year since I trully bowed before Jesus (of course, I still fail many times) and really became a Catholic (so didn’t really have much chance before). I was trully blown away by the beauty and reverence of the mass. Today I went again and once more it was great. I’m will of course continue going to our university masses because the priest we have is great, orthodox and is also my very good friend. We use guitars and modernish songs, but we can’t really ask for more (we need to go with what we have, right?) But I surely want to attend another mass like that soon.
Now, this actually brings to the reason I’m making this thread. I feel that I’m becoming more and more traditionalist (not ultra-traditionalist) Catholic. I would love if all masses were done this way - the old way (it is in fact my big wish). On the other hand, while I think Latin masses are great, I don’t understand Latin . I understand that in today’s age Latin is a dead language and I believe that vulgar masses would do no harm. So: I wish that we would return to the traditional mass but only make common languages a default (basically having Tridentine Mass in English, German, Polish etc.)
What do you think? Do you think it might ever happen?