The best word to describe this post.
Certain groups of Christians are in a state bordering on despair at the recent US Supreme Court decision. While there is much that needs reflection and introspection, one is delusional if one believes Gregorian chant (and other trappings of traditional Western liturgy) will win a "culture war."
I've written this elsewhere and I will repeat it again: you cannot win a culture war if you do not offer a vision of a counter culture for people to adhere to. Putting a different shine on the veneer of the status quo does not suffice. You are still left with the same rotten culture as you had before, just more palatable for conservatives.
Whatever the future brings for Christianity in the West, neither compromise nor despair will prove the catalyst for a powerful response that leads to another awakening. Christianity will either benefit from events out of the control of any human agency, or it will come terms with the last vestiges of the Constantinian order being wiped away and look to its past for the means of engaging the present.
Christianity can no loner expect to have a relatively comfy relationship with Western culture. In turn, it must offer an alternative to the West. This will come, in part, from establishing more intentional Christian communities, developing alternative micro-economies, and, hopefully, the establishment of new monastic centers. More importantly, it will come from communion with the supernatural in the context of whatever liturgical tradition runs as the undercurrent of these activities.