1. Sloppiness and casualness—go to your average ordinary form Mass and you will find priests in wrinkled albs, polyester chasubles and altar servers who are clueless.
2. Music can be dismal and a throwback to the Saint Louis Jesuits (most no longer active Jesuits or clergy) Ray Carey and Kumbaya.
3. There is no sense of reverence in the congregation before Mass, during and after. The dress of the laity is a cut above what one might find at a Banana’s baseball game in Savannah.
4. There is no consistency of the quality of the manner in which the Mass is celebrated not only from diocese to diocese, parish to parish, but from Mass to Mass in the same parish and from priest to priest.
5. The sanctuary is cluttered, flowers and plants hide the ambo and altar and the altar looks like a casket covered in a pall that is to small for the casket.
But apart from that, the real presence is experienced ex-opere-operato. Which means in English: We have hit rock bottom.