From the closing speech of Cardinal Ricard, President of the French Episcopal Conference (CEF), before the Plenary Assembly of the CEF.
"UNITY OF THE CHURCH, RECONCILIATION, AND THE LITURGY
"6) We wish to proceed with the reception of those who feel attached to the Mass said of 'Saint Pius V'. A diversity is possible. But this [diversity] must be regulated. This follows from the unity of the liturgy and from the unity of the Church. One cannot leave the choice of one of the forms of the Roman Rite –Mass of 'Saint Pius V' or Mass of 'Paul VI' – up to one’s own subjectivity. A Church in which each one could build his own chapel following his personal tastes, his sensitivity, his choice of liturgy, or his political opinions would not still be the Church of Christ. It is necessary today to resist the temptation of a 'religion à la carte'. As bishops, we are ready to care, with the Holy Father and under his authority, for unity and communion in the bosom of our local Churches and among our Churches."
Read a translation of the other five items here.