Thank you, Brian. I must admit I hesitate in this regard. I deeply respect the TLM, Its beauty and Its antiquity. Did I not cast aside in good conscience Pope Francis' urging of all Catholics to "take the jab"!? Do I not deeply regret his firing of Swiss Guard who refused the vaccine? While respecting those who chose the vaccine due to the possibility of losing their employment, I do believe they exposed themselves to ongoing serious health issues. But simply put, the vaccine is evil and was propagated by evil creators. Is the TLM issue in a similar sphere? Perhaps as a deacon serving in a Novus Ordo parish, I do not wish to think of myself as "locked into" a Grade B liturgy or missing graces I might otherwise treasure at a TLM? After all, I have sincerely experienced growth in my spiritual life without the beauty of weekly attendance at the Mass of All Ages. If my family has remained faithful without the TLM: does one's love for it necessitate rebellion against Church authority? This is the core question. Or on a deeper level, does the reality of the sublime heritage of the Latin Mass demand all Catholics to come to its defense? Ah, therein lies the rub!! O Mary conceived without sin, pray for us who have recourse to Thee!