From the time I was baptized in early January of 1954 until about 1966 with its interim Roman Missal, the only Mass I experienced was the Tridentine Mass. From Advent of 1969 until September of 2007, I only experienced the 1970 and future editions of the Roman Missal. Since 2007 until this day, I have celebrated both the Tridentine Mass and the Post Vatican II Mass. No matter the form of the Mass I celebrated both forms informed the other and enriched the other in my mind and personal spirituality.
The 1970 Roman Missal when celebrated with dignity and reverence brings forward in the very same doctrinal and dogmatic way the one Sacrifice of the Risen Lord and the real presence of the Risen Lord under the sacramental “accidents” of Bread and Wine.
Both Masses have the Liturgy of the Word and prayers offered to God.
If I were to return to only celebrating or attending the reformed or revised Mass of the post Vatican II Church, I would be spiritually nourished and experience what God desires for the Church and me, eternal salvation in Christ and the Liturgy of the heavenly banquet.
While I have my personal tastes, likes and dislikes and can be fickle in those sentiments or eclectic, in humility I would accept only one form of the Mass that the Church allows. It is called holy obedience tinged with sacrifice which might lead to a purification of my sin of pride in terms of what I want and desire.
Someone once said that the theme song of hell is “I Did It My Way.”
When it comes to the Mass, maybe one door will be closed, but the Mass will continue, Christ’s one Sacrifice will be made present as well as our Risen Lord, Body, Blood, Soul and Divinity. It doesn’t get any better than that.