Suffice to say, he needs reminding every now and then of the times before junior seminary, of helping to serve the Mass like he did (pre VII), of feeling the honour of being an altar boy, of the dignity and reverence of the priesthood. DH is no mad traddie, but he loves the Lord and he loves seeing men behave with dignity, in the most dignified way they can, as priests.
Over time too many sanctuaries have become violated. The Lord's sanctuary has had its altar rails stripped away, reverence has been erroded. I can not help but see a parallel to the lack of dignity afforded to our own bodies.
When we know our bodies have been violated, in whatever way, we can not turn back the clock, but we can kneel before the Lord in His sanctuary, and His healing Grace is boundless.
Picture found using Google of the Catholic Church in Earl Park Indiana (demolished after a fire in 2000)
Ps 95: Praise and beauty are before him: holiness and majesty in his sanctuary.