From thrownback.blogspot.com I heard of this bishop, Patrick Cooney, who, well, I'll just let him do the explaining:
Until other law is promulgated, all liturgies in the Diocese of Gaylord are to be celebrated entirely in English by the presiding celebrant.
The use of other languages in songs and hymns...can be used occasionally, but must never overshadow the use of English.
Any variance from this policy must be requested on an individual basis from the Bishop of the Diocese of Gaylord using the form that can be obtained from the Secretariat for Worship & Liturgical Formation or the Office of the Bishop.
This statement was released in late June, before the release of Summorum Pontificum.
Obviously a bishop has no right to make such restrictions, as Latin is the norm for the celebration of the liturgy, even if it's not the practical norm. It is the vernacular that is the exception, not the rule. Not even he can change that. It is a gross overstepping of his authority.
But hey, who needs to worry about that when you're busy pontificating from the Holy See of Gaylord?
Absolute power corrupts absolutely.