Open your hearts!
You like the Latin Mass.....that is great.....great!
Did Christ speak Latin at the Last Supper? No, He spoke Aramaic, and He said DO THIS IN REMEMBRANCE OF ME. What does that tell you? What does the word 'THIS' refer to? Does a subsequent Pope have the right to change the DISCIPLINE of the Mass from Aramaic (established by Jesus) and declare that Latin should henceforth be employed?
But to claim that the Novus Ordo is invalid is pretzel logic based upon emotion.
A Pope declares that the Latin Mass is never to be changed, which is his right.....and in respect of the DISCIPLINE of the Mass, ONLY stands as long as successor Popes agree. The Key word is DISCIPLINE....vs.SUBSTANCE AND FORM. What is substance? unleavened bread and wine. What is form? "This is My Body; This is My Blood."
Pope Paul VI changed the DISCIPLINE of the Mass (Emphasis added), which is JUST AS MUCH HIS RIGHT as Pope, ....and indeed, the Novus Ordo contains both Substance and Form.
You have no argument with a subsequent Pope changing the directives of Jesus Christ (viz. "DO THIS IN REMEMBRANCE OF ME.") in respect of the DISCIPLINE of the First Mass recited in Aramaic.....but you argue that the Novus Ordo is invalid because a subsequent Pope changed the DISCIPLINE of the Mass as set forth by a predecessor Pope to be in Latin.
This is a non sequitor.
Would you have others believe that Jesus Christ, true God and true man, is not present in consecrated hosts and wine via the Novus Ordo?
Do not quible over nonsense....enjoy the Mass whether in Latin or in the local language.....or even the True Traditional Mass as explained by Fr. Mark in the video in the OP.
God bless you and your families.