The New Liturgical Movement blog recently had a post about the Anglican Ordinariate’s new mass here. From what I have read about the new mass, it seems there are a number of good changes, for example, the prayers at the foot of the altar and the Last Gospel will be availalbe. Incorporating elements of the Tridentine Mass into modern masses, such as the Anglican Use, is never a bad thing and I suspect will be welcomed by many. Hopefully, these changes to the Anglican Use, along with many other changes, will help to influence Novus Ordo parishes toward a more reverent liturgy! Stay tuned for more updates.
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