A personal parish or oratory (e.g. quasi-parish type situation) dedicated to the usus antiquior (e.g. FSSP, ICRSS parishes and oratories)
An established usus antiquior group/community that do not have their own church, but which is set to use a chapel or church, having its own priest (ie. the pre-Summorum Pontificum typical "indult" scenario)
At a typical parish which is mainly focused upon the modern Roman liturgy, but where the parish priest added the usus antiquior to the regular parish schedule and celebrates it himself. (e.g. as in the case of Fr. Tim Finigan at Our Lady of the Rosary in Blackfen.)
I do not regularly attend the usus antiquior Mass but would be interested in going when I could.
I am not interested in attending the usus antiquior Mass.
The option to read/chant the Epistle and Gospel are read in the vernacular is used at all or almost all usus antiquior Masses.
The option to read/chant the Epistle and Gospel are read in the vernacular on occasions.
The Epistle and Gospel are chanted/read in Latin and then read again in the vernacular.
The Epistle and Gospel are read/chanted in Latin only.
I do not regularly attend the usus antiquior Mass so I can offer no comment.
I am open to the possibility of vernacular readings either generally or in some capacity.
I am opposed to using vernacular readings within the usus antiquior.
(I answered that I was opposed, please skip to next question)
For Low Masses only
For Low Mass and Missa Cantata, but keep the Solemn Mass readings in Latin
For all Masses in the usus antiquior.
For all types of Masses, so long as we don't entirely lose the use of the Latin readings either.
Immediately after finishing each respective Latin reading, the priest turns and re-reads the readings in the vernacular
The priest re-reads the readings in the vernacular from the pulpit, just prior to the homily.
Do them in Latin only and simply provide a translation so that people can follow along.
Use the vernacular option for the readings for the most part
Use the vernacular option for the readings only once and awhile
For me, it really just depends upon the type and occasion of the Mass. (e.g. Low vs. Sung, Feast day vs. regular day, etc.)
I have no preference
(I answered that I was opposed to vernacular readings, please skip this question)
I am a Roman Catholic priest
I am a Roman Catholic transitional deacon or seminarian
I am a Roman Catholic layman
I am Roman Catholic a Permanent Deacon
I am not Roman Catholic
Belong to a priestly society or religious order that exclusively uses the usus antiquior
Belong to a priestly society or religious order that uses both the ancient and modern forms of the Roman liturgy
(I am not a Roman Catholic priest, seminarian or transitional deacon)