Fr Kramer (i videoen) sier bl.a.:
… A large segment of Father Kramer’s flock is people born decades after the Tridentine Mass ceased to be the norm. He says they are frequently drawn by the older liturgy’s emphasis on the sacrificial dimension, which makes it «more obvious that Christ is pouring out his blood for the forgiveness of sins.»
The 59-year old priest says that Catholic clergy of his generation, reacting to the severe moralizing that prevailed before Vatican II, were «very reluctant to talk about the punishments for sin.» But the «new generation,» recoiling from the more libertine mores with which it grew up, «needs to talk about sin and how the problem of sin is resolved,» he said.
Younger people also are «more sophisticated than they used to be, and they’re looking for something at a higher level,» Father Kramer says. «And I think that is connected with finding the great tradition and richness of the last 2,000 years.» …