We all have our pride, tastes and preconceived notions of what we like and don't like. Unfortunately many apply this to the Mass. Someone once told me that they left a Sunday Mass because the music which they felt was flamboyant and self serving of the musicians front and center.
Others are driven to distraction by sloppiness, banality and the looks and personality of the priest. Still others are so critical of the OF Mass and it's built-in options that they will go to an illicit but valid SSPSX Mass and bitterly complain about the OF Mass.
All of these examples while not necessarily mortal sin act on the soul as mortal sins do, these block the graces of the Mass to the recipient because the recipient is not open to the graces because of those things that have become distractions.
In the wisdom of pre-Vatican II theology and practice, we were taught that even if the priest was the most corrupt, immoral and despicable man in town and when he celebrated Mass he did so sloppily and raced through the Latin at slurred breakneck speed, as long as the Mass was valid, all the graces of the Holy Sacrifice of Calvary are present.
What the faithful lay Catholic had to do was to ask the Holy Spirit to open our heart to overlook and deny the distractions in order to receive and appropriate those graces abundant in full that flow from the "unbloody" sacrifice at which one is present no matter how abysmally presented.
In other word the onus was on the person in the pew to ask God to help him overcome the distractions that lead to a prideful closed heart and mind.
Perhaps God like He did for the people of Israel has led some of us, but certainly not all, into the desert to test our Faith. Are we like the grumbling unfaithful Israelites who fashioned a molten calf and worshipped at the altar of the false god of pride and distraction.