I notice that throughout much or most of the first thousand years of Christianity, the faith was spread to all sorts of tribes, tongues, and people, with every bit of the service being in a language which was not their own. This was never thought, back then, to represent a barrier to evangelization. Think of it: hordes of Irish monks travelling all across Europe, planting churches, converting heathen, baptizing hundreds of people, planting monasteries, and completely transforming the culture -- all in Latin, a foreign language not even cognate to their own (Gaelic). But they did speak the universal language of asceticism and love for men's souls.
If we had that kind of love and ascetic fire, we wouldn't need fancy churches, good reference books, or the English language, to be hugely successful all across America.
But, for us lazybones, I suppose whatever saves face is what we'll focus on.