Not specifically but when you break down the teachings of the Catechism of the Church and who they scripturally line up, it’s important to bring back the traditional practices of the faith. The truth is that the Novus Ordo although valid thus “authentic” was in part designed by four Protestant ministers invited to be part of the V II. Along with members of the faithful who were “formally” free masons. Regardless of whether it’s true or not one should be prudent and not readily invite potential opponents to the faith.
We are currently living under the heresy of modernism which erroneously some clergy and laity believe the New Rite enables them too. So in terms of what I meant by when I said authentic, The TLM was the mass of the saints. Saints like St Padre Pio for example. The mass was perfect and didn’t need to be remade or changed. The problem in changing the mass is that the false perception of the Church “changing” its teachings has now been propagated by modernist. This is why we have confusion over the whole thing about civilly divorced and remarried being able to receive communion. The desire of some clergy and laity to change the Churches teachings on homosexuality. The list goes on.
Ultimately one thing that the mass has always been intended to be, is the ongoing unbloody sacrifice. We have the REAL presence of Christ himself! He deserves for one, our complete and total respect and that does mean, we shouldn’t receive in the hand. Which by the way Rome never said it was the preferred method of reception even in the Novus Ordo. But secondly Christ is God. He didn’t come to abolish the old laws but to complete them.
God is the same today as He was yesterday and will be tomorrow. He never changes. The Saints have said the mass is heaven on earth. The mass thus shouldn’t have changed. The Church like God doesn’t need to “get with the times”. God is out side of time and as the Bride of Christ the Church should be as well.
Do I want to “abolish” the Novus Ordo? No. I do not think that is the right way. I think parishes should be restructured to truly have Christ at its centre and two the priest should always face east. Especially for the consecration. The two masses can and must coexist.