Yes, Virginia, this is an Ordinary Form Mass at St. Joseph and this Sunday's 12:10 PM Mass for the Solemnity of the Nativity of Saint John the Baptist will be this way:
Because I am all by myself this summer with two of my parochial vicars living it up in their homelands of Ghana and Poland renewing work visas,(so they say) I haven't been able to celebrate the monthly 2:00 PM EF Sung High Mass, but don't despair.
This Sunday, June 24th is the Solemnity of the Nativity of Saint John the Baptist and is one of the rare saint's feasts that is maintained on Sunday when it falls on a Sunday. This just points to the importance of Saint John the Baptist as heralding Jesus Christ.
Our EF Men's Schola will sing our 12:10 PM Ordinary Form Mass but singing the chanted parts of the Mass in Latin for the Asperges (done as a prelude to the Mass rather than as a part of the Mass and thus in the EF form). Then the Latin EF Introit will be sung for the incensation of the altar, the Mass of the Angels Kyrie after the English Confiteor and the Jubilato Deo Gloria.
The schola will chant the offertory antiphon in Latin after the Credo is Sung in Latin using the Jubilato Deo Credo. The Sanctus will be the Orbis Factor setting.
The Introductory Rite and Concluding Rite will be celebrated at the chair, but the Liturgy of the Eucharist will be ad orientem.
Apart from the chanted parts of the Schola, the Mass will be in English.
Be there or be square! (Oh, and for the "Fortnight of Freedom" that our bishops are asking us to observe from June 21 to July 4th) we are praying the Leonine Prayers following the blessing and dismissal of all our weekday and Sunday Masses these two weeks. It doesn't get any better than that!