Two Traditional Novus Ordo Masses:
Since the TNO is the Mass that 99% if not more of Latin Rite Catholics experience or should experience each Sunday and every day, shouldn't the focus of bishops, priests and laity be on making the TNO what it is meant to be?
It is here that the TLM can assist with the ambiance and technique of the TLM's influence on the TNO. And since the TNO evolved from the TLM and in fact is the TLM revised into the TNO shouldn't the two experience harmonious continuity in outward similarities and theological underpinnings?
My previous post gives the recipe for this exciting project with the TNO. And it could describe the Extraordinary Form of the Mass and the Ordinary Form of the Mass when both use the term "ordo" to describe the content of the Mass. When both are celebrated sublimely as both should be, these are joined in the acronym, "TNO" meaning "Two Nice Ordos" or if you prefer, "Two Nifty Ordos!"