... the instruction will confirm that the moto proprio is now the universal law of the church, and insist that bishops apply it. Among other things, it will call for seminarians to be trained not just in Latin, but in the older rite itself, at least so they will know how to execute it faithfully and understand what’s being said.The implications are that the Roman Rite, clearly, now has two parts and that the Pope is using seminarians and seminaries to push forward his reforms. Seminarians, presumably, are going to be able to be a "group" who are going to be able to request the Usus Antiquior.
The instruction will also confirm that the older Mass must be available wherever “groups of faithful” request it, without specifying how many people it takes to constitute a “group.”
What will happen if a non-EF saying bishop or lecturer turns up and the request for the Traditional Mass is made? Ultimately it is going to mean no priest is going to not be able to say the Traditional Mass.
Once these seminarians are ordained they are going to want to say the EF in parishes - some even more or less exclusively.
I suspect it is not just the liturgy the Pope wants studied but the spirituality and theology too.
That, if it is true, is going to shake the Church, just a bit!
As for the Minor Order, which is one reason why Ordination in the EF has to be something applied for to Rome, is it it possible that they were never really abrogated just as the EF was not?