I rarely post articles on this site by choice, but this on was so on the money that it made me invoke the old adage that rules are made to be broken. To whet your whistle, here is a quote:
Most of the world’s Catholics won’t take any interest at all in Traditionis Custodes. In view of the small number of traditionalist communities, most will hardly understand what is going on. Indeed, we have to ask ourselves whether the pope had no more urgent task—in the midst of the sex abuse crisis, the Church’s financial scandals, schismatic movements like the German synodal path, and the desperate situation of Chinese Catholics—than to suppress this small, devoted community.
Go and read the rest at First Things HERE.