Pure and simple, it is a way to preserve my faith in the face that the Ordinary Form of the Mass as it is will remain as is until I die. You have to accept the facts.
In addition to this, I know that the Ordinary Form of the Mass does sustain some kind of faith in those who attend regularly. They don't want Mass all in Latin.
It is inconceivable to most people and me that the Extraordinary Form of the Mass will ever supplant the Ordinary Form. There is no way to re-establish the Extraordinary Form of the Mass by suppressing the Ordinary Form as was done in the most pre-Vatican II authoritarian way in 1970 by Pope Paul VI when he issued the Ordinary Form Roman Missal or Sacramentary as it was called. That tactic is long gone as is the papal tiara.
In addition, any reforms to the Ordinary Form of the Mass, which is possible, but not likely, really needs to have the support, the full support, of the pope and bishops in union with the pope. A proper worldwide catechesis has to take place in order to lament what has happened to the Mass and its celebration in the Ordinary Form over more than 50 years and the reasons why corrections must be made to safeguard the integrity of the Sacraments and suppress sacrilege.
The three things that are to be lamented are the loss of reverence, mysticism and the spirituality of the Mass as sacrifice (meaning worship and adoration).
The key to a recovery or counter-reformation for the Liturgy is found in the older rites now celebrated more frequently but also in Vatican II's Sacrosanctum Concilium.
We have to settle for a recovery of the three things I mention above but also embrace some things that are anathema for those who want no change in the Mass as it was celebrated in the 1950's.
The two major changes even if nothing else changes, that need to happen and could very well happen under another pope are having the Mass celebrated ad orientem and kneeling to receive Holy Communion and receiving on the tongue and that the common chalice is an exception and when offered is only by way of intinction.
We have to accept that vernacular will remain in the Ordinary Form even if it is possible another pope could mandate Latin for the fixed parts of the Mass to restore lingual unity throughout the Latin Rite for these parts.
We have to accept that the new Lectionary is here to stay.
I am clairvoyant as everyone has seen proven and I think what I write is the future unless anyone disagrees.