This would be in continuity not only with the Missal of 1962 but also with the missal of 1970. We want to promote the "hermeneutic of continuity" even for the 1970 missal! In other words, this is the missal of 1970 but with some rubrics and prayers from the 1962 Mass added. This presumes the revised English Mass recently approved by the bishops.
This proposal also is in continuity with the "ad orientem" style of worship.
After the procession to the altar and at the foot of the altar:
The Sign of the cross
The confiteor (as revised)
The priest ascends to the altar praying silently:
Take away from us our iniquities, we entreat you, O Lord, that with pure minds we may worthily enter into the Holy of Holies. Through Christ our Lord. Amen.
He kisses the altar and prays silently:
We besceech Thee, O Lord, by the merits of thy Saints, whose relics are here, and of all the Saints, that You will pardon me all my sins. Amen.
The priest goes to the right side of the altar and reads the Introit Antiphon
He returns to the middle of the altar and recites or sings the Kyrie
The Gloria is said or sung at the middle of the altar.
The priest kisses the altar, turn to the people, says the Lord be with you with their response and then goes to the right side of the altar, says let us pray and then prays the collect.
All are seated for the Liturgy of the Word which is done in the current Ordinary Mass fashion and from the three year lectionary. During the singing of the Gospel Acclamation, the missal is transferred as in the Extraordinary Mass from the right side of the altar to the left.
After the homily, the priest goes to the center of the altar and the Creed is said or sung.
The intercessions are introduced by the priest, the deacon or in his absence a lay person prays the petitions. The priest concludes.
After the Intercessions, the altar is prepared, the priest recites the offertory antiphon by first kissing the altar, turning to the people, greeting them, turning back to the altar and saying or singing the antiphon.
Then the preparation prayers are prayed as is done in the Ordinary Mass. After washing his hands, he returns to the middle of the altar, kisses it, turns to the people and prays "Pray brothers and sisters....completing this facing the people and then turning back to the altar to pray the prayers over the gifts.
The Liturgy of the Eucharist would be prayed as is done currently with the Ordinary Mass, but ad orientem. I would recommend the following rubrical clarifications:
For Eucharistic Prayer I or the Roman Canon--pray with all the rubrics of the Extraordinary Mass.
For the other Eucharistic Prayers simply add the double genuflections after the consecrations. Add a genuflection after the Great Amen.
Make explicit rubrics for the use of the pall, genuflecting each time the chalice is covered or uncovered after the Precious Blood has been consecrated.
After the priest's communion, the Communion antiphon should be sung or recited.
At Communion time allow for the option of kneeling for communion or standing, either or, don't get rigid about this.
After Holy Communion, purify the chalice. Place the missal on the right side of the altar. After the purification, the priest kisses the altar, turns to the people greets them, then goes to the missal, says Let us pray and recites or sings the prayer after Holy Communion. He returns to the center of the altar, kisses it, turns to people, greets them, if there is a solemn blessing, asks all to bow their heads, prays the blessing over them and then blesses them and dismisses them. He goes to the foot of the altar and departs as normal.