Many of us from RPC had the privilege of singing this past Monday night for a High Mass commemorating the Exaltation of the Holy Cross, celebrated by Fr. Francisco Nahoe. In his homily, he invoked the late great Theodor Seuss Geisel:
"...One might be tempted to conclude that the folks who don't like the traditional Latin Mass REALLY don't like it. They don't like it for themselves, they don't like it for me, they don't like it for you. 'They do not like it in a house, they do not like it with a mouse, They do not like it in a boat, they do not like it with a goat. They do not like it here or there; they do not like it anywhere.'"
From there, Fr. Francisco went on to talk about misperceptions of our Holy Father, Pope Francis. Listen to his whole homily, including the introductory context of the above quote, here. The Reno Catholic Network website contains many other homilies, talks, and presentations, including those from our Gregorian Chant Class of two years ago.