I wanted to post the link as soon as possible, because Msgr. Schmitz lays down a couple of small bombshells. I may update this post later as a result.
In the article, Msgr. Schmitz is quoted as saying that the Motu Proprio granting the so-called universal indult for all priests to be able to offer the Traditional Latin Mass is ready to be published-- that the "person who is responsible for it [in a Motu Proprio, that would be the Pope] does not want to discuss it any longer."
Also, the Motu will not affect the 1962 Missal, according to Msgr., thus laying to rest fears of some who were afraid that the traditional Missal might have been tampered with to further the Pope's desire for a "reform of the reform" of the novus ordo. What is interesting is that Msgr. Schmitz hints that the post-Synodal Exhortation we are expecting from the Holy Father will encourage ad orientem celebration with Latin language Canon in the novus ordo-- also very good news.
Finally, the Monsignor hints that Archbishop Marini, the Papal liturgist responsible for many, many, "interesting' Masses in his day will finally be replaced.
If I didn't have work to do, this story might be enough reason for a party.
Please, read the entire article here: http://www.envoymagazine.com/msgr_schmitz.htm