It’s certainly more of a transcendent experience,” Beseau says. “There’s something mysterious, a greater contact with the divine in the traditional Latin Mass. That’s not to say that doesn’t happen in the new Mass, but the focus is more about a community gathered and not on God.”
Beseau says the Mass may become a regular occurrence, if there’s enough interest.
“Most older people have an aversion to the Latin Mass. They see it as a reversion to their childhood,” Beseau says. “Young people are very open to it. They’re very curious.”
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