Session XXII starts off with:
The sacred and holy, ecumenical and general Synod of Trent--lawfully assembled in the Holy Ghost, the same Legates of the Apostolic Sec presiding therein--to the end that the ancient, complete, and in every part perfect faith and doctrine touching the great mystery of the Eucharist may be retained in the holy Catholic Church; and may, all errors and heresies being repelled, be preserved in its own purity; (the Synod) instructed by the illumination of the Holy Ghost, teaches, declares; and decrees what follows, to be preached to the faithful, on the subject of the Eucharist, considered as being a true and singular sacrifice.
The thing that gets me is that Trent declares right up front, right at the very beginning of Session XXII that the Holy Ghost guided them in the proper matter, form and intention - so we not only are absolutely assured of validity, we are also assured that this Holy Sacrifice is the only Holy Sacrifice which is pleasing to God - and because the Holy Ghost guided Trent, we know it was this Unbloody Sacrifice of Calvary which was meant to be celebrated for all time.
Because God guided Trent, unless we are foolish enough to think that God would have guided Trent into codifying a Mass that He really did not want, we can be assured that the TLM is the manner in which God Himself wants us to worship Him, as such, it stands to reason that when the Mass was replaced, that act in and of itself displeased God, add to that, it was replaced with a thing (the NOM) that God does not want, which, to say the least, only adds to His displeasure.
Comparing canons and notes between the TLM and the NOM is one thing, but when it comes right down to it, the act of replacing the TLM with the NOM is the height of diabolical audacity.