The idea that the Liturgy must accommodate the low-information Catholic or potential convert says more about the limited thinking at work among "liturgists" than it does about the ability of potential converts or reverts to the Faith to comprehend the signs, symbols and sacraments of the Church. Too often in the past—and there is a mountain of data available around the internet testifying to the fact that—misguided priests and misinformed liturgy committees appropriated the Liturgy and dumbed the Liturgy down in an effort to make it more "understandable". Understandable?—to whom? What is there to understand if there is little substance and precious little meaning left to appreciate? If experience has taught this blogger anything, it's precisely the careful attention to liturgical detail that invites the imagination and aids, for example, in the recruitment of souls as servers who, thirsting after depth and the divine, thrill to the discovery of meaning in the ritual gestures that have guided countless Catholics into a deeper communion with Christ, the Christ Who reveals Himself in the Sacred Liturgy. These same servers are dedicated, enthusiastic and pious and are fine examples of charity and joy to their peers.
The Ordinary Form of the Mass (Pauline Missal) is routinely badly beaten, so much so that it is difficult not to agree with the TLM-only crowd that the Novus Ordo liturgy should simply be abandoned for the Johannine (John XXIII) Missal of 1962. A recent and ongoing reading of Volume One of the original Missale Romanum (Missal of Paul VI) in Latin—albeit a very slow process for me since I am not fluent in Latin—has restored my confidence that there is great beauty to be found in and through the Pauline Missal. Found, that is, if the Mass is celebrated without reduction or avoidance of the liturgical norms contained within the Missal. Those in the tradition-minded camp hardly need reminding that the Novus Ordo is not being celebrated as intended. We have allowed the Liturgy to be hijacked by anarchists, to put it bluntly.
It only takes one saint to turn around a parish. Saints, by-the-way, are typically convinced and convincing, indomitable and unfailingly charitable.
Msgr. Charles Pope "arms" the passengers well in an excellent article on the nature of the Catholic worship HERE entitled The Extraordinary Form of the Mass and the Evangelization of the Culture.