I sympathize with the OP and the creator of that video. I really do. I’m tired of going to Mass and hearing a rock group sing every 5 minutes. I’m tired of the immodestly dressed people, and I’m tired of the non-reverent behavior too.
Yesterday I went to the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception in DC to pray for my best friend and her family as they deal with a horrible tragedy (her daughter took her own life Friday). I planned to spend hours of prayer in the side chapel where Adoration is often held, but I had to leave because of all the immodestly dressed people. I am normally able to ignore it, but there was just too much of it.
However, the problem is not with the OF Mass. Personally, I much prefer the EF Mass and attend it often, but those of us who have a preference must still recognize and acknowledge that the OF Mass is completely valid. Pope Benedict XVI has stated this.
The problem lies with enforcement. To put it bluntly, the laity are getting away with what they want. They’ve come up with different beliefs regarding what their role is within the post-conciliar Church, and they’ve run with it. They have truly taken an inch and turned it in to a mile. No one says anything to them about immodest dress, and if they do, they don’t enforce it. They don’t say anything about the music or the hand holding either, and if they do, they fail to enforce it. I’ve heard many sermons touch on the topic of immodest dress, but I’ve never seen anyone do anything about it.
Imagine the OF Mass, but the way it was meant to be celebrated. I’m currently reading the Vatican II documents and that Council made it quite clear that tradition be maintained. Latin is supposed to be maintained in the Latin rite. Gregorian chant is named first in Musicam Sacram. Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion are just that (extraordinary).
So, picture the OF Mass, in Latin with Gregorian Chant and the Priest distributing Holy Communion. Imagine ushers standing at the doors, denying entrance to anyone that is immodestly dressed. It may not meet our EF standards, but we are not to determine what is best and what God would want us to do. We are to be sheep; obedient and loyal.