CBC Radio 2, hosted by Tom Allen, has put together a fantastic look at how the medieval chant, "Dies Irae" (meaning the song of death) has wormed its way from 600 AD into the films of today including John Williams' score for Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope, Dimitri Tiomkin's score for Frank Capra's It's a Wonderful Life, Howard Shore's score for The Lord of the Rings and even inspired Mike Oldfield's "Tubular Bells", which are heard at the beginning of William Friedkin's The Exorcist.
When you see Pope Francis waging war on Catholic tradition, isn't it interesting to speculate about what aspects of his Novus Ordo will still be influential 1600 years from now? Or, how about 160 years from now? I think I can answer that: zero, zip, zilch, nada-- not one bit of the rotting corpse of the Novus Ordo will survive.
The Lord God Himself is preserving the old Catholic traditions, with or without Pope Francis: