I am in Nashville for a priesthood conference with the Dominicans of the New York Province. I went to a 12:10 daily Mass at St. Mary's downtown. It is original as it always was and the altar and altar railing in tact with no added freestanding altar.
It was an Ordinary Form Mass in English with the Introductory and Concluding Rites at the Chair and the Liturgy of the Eucharist ad orientem at the historic altar. Holy Communion was kneeling at the railing. Some chose to stand, some knelt and received in the hand. The priest processed to each communicant, a true Communion Procession. The laity went to the railing when they wanted not in an orderly lock step and it worked well! You couldn't tell who went and did not go Communion with this method.
About 75 people mostly men who work downtown were at Mass.
I could not but lament that if this style of the Ordinary Form of the Mass had been celebrated this way universally after Vatican II and without wreckovating older churches and creating monstrosities with modern churches how much stronger and in continuity the Church would be with the Church prior to Vatican II. There would have been no liturgy wars, and Catholic identity in all areas of the Church's Faith and Morals would have been preserved!