Pope Francis has made it abundantly clear that the revised Mass after Vatican II lost a sense of wonder, the allurement to the sacred and that this wonder needs to be recovered. The only way to do this is to see where this wonder was is in the Extraordinary Form of the Mass. Pope Francis has emphasized the obvious lost on so many bishops and priests: the"extraordinary form of the Roman Rite", one that was approved following the Second Vatican Council. Thus, it is not deemed a distinct rite, but rather a "different form of the same right".
Yes, this is the Ordinary Form of the Mass celebrated in a way that recovers the sense of wonder lost after Vatican II and what Pope Francis desires to recover, wonder, in the presence of God and the ability to contemplate it!
1. Seriousness about the Liturgy, choreographed with a sense of art, not robotics, and well rehearsed to the point of being natural about it all. This of course refers to the sanctuary itself. This can easily be recovered in the Ordinary Form with attention to detail, the vestments, altar servers' dress and how lay readers and extraordinary ministers of Holy Communion dress, walk and comport themselves. It also means nice and clean altar clothes and accoutrements.
2. The laity in the assembly or congregation must recover a sense of wonder in the presence of Christ in the Church building especially in the tabernacle properly and centrally located in the sanctuary. Hushed silence welcomes people to use the church building precisely for what it is meant, to escape the noise of the world and the profane and encounter Jesus contemplatively in prayer before, during and after Mass!
3. Recover ad orientem at the altar for the Liturgy of the Eucharist or at least the traditional altar arrangement with the six candles and central crucifix facing the celebrant.
4. Recover kneeling for Holy Communion and the proper way to receive Holy Communion in the hand as the Anglicans have done for decades. Promote the dignity of receiving on the tongue as well and allow for intinction as is done by the Bishop of Rome!
5. Encourage both external and interior participation in the Mass and choose chants and anthems that are doctrinally sound and in keeping with the Latin Rite's tradition of chant.