I don't see it as anything to get upset over ... the main reason is that we can only get a priest for the two Christmas Eve Masses, but also many of the smaller parishes (like mine) in the area simply can't afford to have the heat/lights on for extra Masses. We have just one Mass/weekend, and no daily Masses, for that same reason. A couple of smaller parishes in my area actually close for the winter months.
Before lack of priests was an issue, we used to do a Mass early on Christmas Eve, and one on Christmas morning ... but so few people showed up on Christmas morning, it was seriously a waste of what little $ we have to turn the heat on in both buildings (the chapel, and the parish center, for the bathrooms). The Pastor decided to just have the two on Christmas Eve and it has worked out beautifully ... both Masses are well attended, and everyone is happy. There are lots of options for those who wish to go on Christmas day, as well ... we're in a cluster of four local RC churches.
Ah, it was late when I posted, and I obviously wasn't thinking clearly. I forget there are parishes that want for priests/money/etc. My parish is the Cathedral parish (a small Cathedral, but still) and we have four priests, plus the Bishop, Vicar General, etc, to help serve our Masses.
I was just thinking along the lines of no Mass on Christmas. I wasn't thinking logistically.