Music AT Catholic Mass rather than the Chants OF the Latin Rite Mass has been the path to the degradation and yes, corruption of our Latin Rite for the past 55 years.
For example, the style of Chant of the Eastern Rite is beautiful but has no place in a Latin Rite Mass. And Gregorian Chant has no place in the Eastern Rite's Divine Liturgy.
The same is true of Anglican Chant, which is stunning, but out of place in our Latin Rite as is also true of Lutheran Chant which is quite lovely.
But what about filler hymns and anthems sometimes filled with devotion sentimentality? Catholic devotional sentimentality, drippingly so, would be English Marian Hymns and Christological hymns appropriate for public devotions but not so much for Mass although these would be better at Mass than many similar type Protestant hymns with Protestant dripping, sappy sentimentality, such as Amazing Grace, How Great Thou Art, The Old Rugged Cross, In the Garden, etc. These simply promote Protestant devotional and theological identity when sung in the Latin Rite Mass and erode Latin Rite Catholic identity when used in the Catholic Mass.