That's the opinion of commentators at Catholic Herald.
It is of course completely Catholic. It is the Ordinary Form, the liturgical norm and usage throughout the Latin rite.
Francis Phillips who writes for the Herald and reviews books, posted on the subject: "...the Novus Ordo can be beautiful too." Evidently Catholics in the UK never knew that?
I came across comments to the post which begged to differ, such as this one: It's not a question of the Novus Ordo being said reverently: it's a question of whether it is Catholic or not. It isn't.
Really, Margaret Thatcher? Such eccentricities.
I replied: Amazing. One ought to inform Popes Benedict and Francis and surely notify the CDF. The Ordinary Form Mass is not Catholic?
What a wicked thing to say.
My parish just received a very good young priest as our new pastor - he prays the Mass beautifully. Whenever he is away - his proteges from the seminary celebrate Mass instead. The vestments are Gothic, the liturgy is celebrated solemnly - devoutly and prayerfully; right order is in place for the reception of the Eucharist - the rubrics are followed, the Mass is prayerful and dignified to the conclusion. It is the exact same Mass celebrated by all the Popes since Bl. Paul VI. The new pastor has adjusted daily Mass schedules and confession schedules to make them more available for parishioners and non-parishioners alike.
The suggestion that the Ordinary Form is not Catholic is offensive. To say the Ordinary Form is not Catholic is in itself not Catholic. It is exactly this type of journalism and commentary which scatters the seeds of division and doubt among ordinary Catholics.