I'm of the belief that we may one day see the dawn of a new "Latin Mass", or new Tridentine mass. What are we, who are not of the sedevecantist mindset, to do if this new mass is created by a Pope if it has nothing in it inherently wrong? Would the fact that it is not a part of Tradition be reason enough to reject it?
I think that those of you who are "not of the sedevacantist mindset" should accept the mind and will of your current Holy Father [sic]. At this time, that means using the 1962 Missal with the changes made by Benedict 16--that is, as long as Francis allows it, then, of course, they should humbly abandon what they mistakenly view as tradition. Those who are convinced Francis is the pope should do what he commands personally or through the Curia. Right now, that means doing as you're doing now. Whether or not things will change, only time will tell.
TKGS, I am sure you are not advocating what you are actually saying. You certainly do not want "those who are convinced Francis is the pope should do what he commands personally or through the Curia" when those commands would lead their soul into perdition.
The Constitution Cum ex Apostolatus Officio
teaches: "the Roman Pontiff,who is the representative upon earth of God and our God and Lord Jesus Christ, who holds the fulness of power over peoples and kingdoms, who may judge all and be judged by none in this world, may nonetheless be contradicted if he be found to have deviated from the Faith."
It even warns us that the further the pope deviates away from the faith, "the more fully and more diligently he is to be counteracted".
Whether he is pope or not, telling anyone to follow him to their own perdition is flat out bad advice.
The only Mass we are bound to until time ends, is that one Holy Sacrifice which, being safeguarded by the Holy Ghost from the possibility of error as declared at Trent, is the Mass of Quo Primum. There simply will never be any other hybrid concoction the pope or any man or any group of men can innovate that will bind us to do anything other than the avoidance thereof.