På NLM-bloggen er det et svært interessant innlegg om den såkalte “reform of the reform” bevegelsen. En person – som bare kaller seg ‘a sinner’, får i kommentarene Fr. Thomas Kocik til å forandre mening, og egentlig gå med på at reformbegrepet (fra 1996) kanskje ikke er så fruktbart å bruke lenger. ‘A sinner’ oppsummerer debatten slik:
I think “reform of the reform” became “dressing up Novus Ordos” by default because, well, there wasn’t much else people could actually DO (while remaining obedient). Trads, of course, weren’t as concerned about obedience in some cases, but while the whole “indult” system remained in place, I think that version of RofR emerged as sort of “the best we could hope for.” Summorum Pontificum changed all this though, and in some ways makes the RotR idea obsolete, as there is no longer any need to “start with the Novus Ordo”.