The Catholic Generation Gap

From the New York Post. An older person:

Sally Maier, 56, of upstate Webster, said, “Older people, they might enjoy that [Mass]. But the younger people wouldn’t understand what’s going on.”

And yet, from one of those “younger people”:

“The Catholic religion is one of tradition. When we did away with the traditional Latin Mass, we lost something. We lost meaning,” said Dayne Baughman, 21, a senior from Kenyon College in Ohio who was visiting the famed Midtown church.