Here is an interesting exercise, an objective measurement on the state of Catholic Tradition, in particular the FUTURE PROSPECTS for Tradition.
What kind of legacies are in store for the various families at your chapel? What families will disappear? (e.g., Baby Boomer couple who rediscovered Tradition in the 90's, highly fervent and involved at chapel, but their 3 kids all left the Faith thanks to Public School, Crisis in the Church, Novus Ordo upbringing, etc.)
Write down or mentally note 5, 10 (or more) prominent Traditional Catholics in your life. At your local Trad chapel, if you have one.
The more you "know them" especially his/her family and children, the better.
Now ask yourself, where will that family be in 40 years? Does he have a son that will be better than him, about the same, or worse, from a Traditional Catholic morality, truth, and Catholic culture perspective? The same for women. Does she have a daughter who could easily "become her" with the passage of years? Would the replacement be better, the same, or worse than the original?
The man who leads the Rosary before Mass at your chapel -- does he have a son who is likely to take the job when his father no longer can? The man in charge of the altar servers -- is his son knowledgeable and/or interested in serving at the altar? Could you see him running the altar server department someday? Or the man who volunteers tons of time to maintain, fix up, and improve the chapel -- does he have any children who would do so much as install a new doorknob after their father is gone? The man who leads the schola/choir -- does he have a son in the choir?
Or volunteering in general! For the prominent volunteers at your chapel (that elite 5% who do 100% of the work that needs to be done), are their children on-board such that they will take over whatever volunteer jobs their parents were doing someday? Or do they barely attend Mass themselves?
But it's not just chapel volunteering. What about that prominent couple with 10 kids? You know, the one with the mother who had really rough pregnancies for the last few (such as months of bed rest, severe constant nausea, etc.) Do you see any of their teens practicing the heroism and tenacity necessary to raise a family of 10 children of their own someday? Or did that couple manage somehow by the skin of their teeth, but perhaps they let a bit too much of the world in as they raised their 10 children, and now their children (who had much worse companions and influences than they had) will never be inclined or able to do what their parents did.