It is clear why this man cannot be called an orthodox Catholic, but how can he be called a "traditionalist"? More from "God and Man."
Another quotation from Joseph Cardinal Ratzinger's God and the World : "I would really say that just as the Liturgical Movement that led to the Second Vatican Council was something that grew slowly --- and that they very quickly became a flood --- so here, too, it is a matter of an impulse emanating from people who celebrate a living faith [Not pure unadulterated Modernism?]....If out of this a kind of movement develops from within and is not simply imposed from above, then it will come. [Peter Seewald asks, "Should Masses be said in Latin again?] That is no longer going to be possible as a general practice and perhaps it is not desirable as such [emphasis mine]. At least it is clear, I would say, that the Liturgy of the Word should be in peoples' mother tongue. But otherwise, I would be in favor of a new openness toward the use of Latin [Notice, there is no reference to the use of a tradition, pre-Vatican II liturgy, just "Latin"].