[quote=A.Pelliccio]Latin is a unifying force as opposed to all these splinter masses in which catholics who at home speak at differn language attend differnt masses. In the urban cities of new york and jersey this terms into a form of segregation from your fellow parishoner.
All the arguments have been made for the latin language to be used in the mass so I dont not want to beat a dead horse.
But the trindentine mass offered with its movements, gestures, and ways is far more stunnig, solemn, and beautiful then the norvus ordo. Latin adds to it because it helps unify the church.
As for what parts are said in Latin, all of it are with the exception of the re-reading of the gospel and the homily are said in latin. (ohh and the kyrie of course)
That is merely your opinion. An poinion that is not shared by all Catholics.