Now that the Mass of the Ages has been freed, I hope that parishes that aren't prepared don't step too quickly into implementing the Tradition Latin Mass without adequate preparation. Of course the altar boys would have to be taught Latin and trained in the old rite, (as well as the priest in most cases) and proper liturgical vessels and vestments would have to be supplied. But my biggest concern is education of the laity. The rubrics of the Traditional Mass are very important, and every gesture and prayer of the Mass carries significant meaning. For this reason, education must come first. Priests must instruct the laity about the importance of the rubrics and the weight they hold in the ancient rite.
Otherwise we will see well-meaning people (and maybe some not so well-meaning) try to impose the novelties and innovations of the Novus Ordo Mass onto the Traditional Latin Mass. People may very well not understand they can’t break out in applause for the choir, or engage in incessant talking in the Mass. Progressive Catholics who want to attend a TLM out of curiosity may demand girl altar servers, Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion, lay readers, and any other number of innovations so that they can bring the ancient Mass more in line with the current times. For them we are just stuck in time, holding fast to traditions that are outdated and their desire is to bring the Church in line with modern times. In order to prevent abuses from being heaped on the TLM, I hope that priests will take their time in preparing for the ancient rite of the Mass and do everything according to the rubrics, the least of which will not be instruction of the faithful.