"Victory at all costs, victory in spite of all terror, victory however long and hard the road may be; for without victory there is no survival." Winston Churchill, May 13, 1940
Forgot to comment when you first posted this... Yes, TH2 did attend Mass, on January 1st. Also, December 31 was a holy day of obligation as well (in Canada, at least in my diocese), and TH2 attended Holy Mass that day as well.
I was at Mass in the Ordinary Rite, where Latin was employed in parts of The Mass(Kyrie in Greek, Agnus Dei in Latin, both sung by Organist-Cantor & Parishioners & Communion Antiphon, Chanted in Latin by The Organist Cantor) was splendidly offered with many parishioners opting to kneel at Altar Rail for Holy Communion:My Essay for Today, January 10th, 2010, has been written, asking "Just What Was Bugnini Thinking", as many of these Parish Masses in other places, have the feel of Lutheran, Broad Church Anglican & Methodist Liturgies;Food For Thought!