The secular press covers youth interest in the traditional Latin mass far more respectfully.The Economist recently reported on the "traditionalist avant-garde." The old mass, it found, isn't petering out but picking up some speed: "The Latin Mass Society of England and Wales, started in 1965, now has over 5,000 members. The weekly number of Latin masses is up from 26 in 2007 to 157 now. In America it is up from 60 in 1991 to 420. At Brompton Oratory, a hotspot of London traditionalism, 440 flock to the main Sunday Latin mass. That is twice the figure for the main English one."
I've noticed this at my parish, where the traditional Mass is celebrated evert Sunday. Easily half of those in attendance are people much younger than I.