Fr. James Dallen is a priest of the diocese of Salina, a liturgical scholar, retired University professor, and author of numerous books on liturgy. He has written an essay on the ecclesiology expressed in the new Missal and its current translation. It is posted on the Misguided Missal website.
His thesis is this:
I see it [the new Missal translation] subtly communicating a view of Church, the Counter-Reformation institutional model, that threatens the ecclesiology of communion that is central to both the letter and the spirit of Vatican Council II.
The translation itself, and the way in which it was produced, are presented as examples of how the institutional model is being re-established, to the detriment of the ecclesiology of communion.
It is well worth reading, despite the fact that it covers ground that will be familiar to our regular readers of the Pray Tell Blog. What is distinctive is the ecclesiological focus, which he elucidates by reference to Avery Dulles and others.
You can read it all here.