Mass in the Ordinary Form; Mass in the Extraordinary Form.
I will not take a side in this battle. I don't see a need for a battle.
Nevertheless, I do see very good reasons to make the Church truly universal -- catholic, small-c, right? If that meant Mass in Latin, I'd be all right with that.
Father Z shares about a North Carolina parish in which Mass in the Extraordinary Form is bringing together Spanish-speaking and English-speaking parishioners. Well done!
Good News on the Spanish Front
I've only ever been to English-language Masses in foreign countries. Canadians, British, and Irish were saying "incarnate of the Virgin Mary" before we changed it in the US. Just throwing that in there.