This is what the Mass of Vatican II should look like in every parish! Listen the the Gregorian Chant for the official Introit as well as the Offertory and Communion antiphons.
BISHOPS SHOULD MAKE WATCHING THIS MASS A WORKSHOP FOR PRIESTS AS TO HOW TO CELEBRATE THE ORDINARY FORM OF THE MASS IN CONTINUITY WITH THE EXTRAORDINARY FORM AND ALL PRIESTS SHOULD KNOW HOW TO CELEBRATE BOTH FORMS OF OUR ONE LATIN RITE SO THAT THE OLDER, TRADITIONAL ORDER OF THE MASS INFORMS THEM ABOUT THE NEW ORDER OF THE MASS!
Please note too that after the initial baptismal ceremony as a part of the Introductory Rite of the Mass, the Kyrie in its freestanding form is NOT OMITTED! It should never be omitted. It is integral to all Masses even if the Penitential Act is omitted for some other ceremony. Today we are using the OF's Rite of Blessing and Sprinkling Holy Water for the Solemnity of the Baptism of the Lord. After the Sprinkling and its unique absolution, the Kyrie will be chanted in our parish! How about yours?
If the Mass in parishes throughout the world had celebrated the 1970 Missal in this way and never ever touched the altars of churches and reoriented them, thus destroying Catholic sanctuaries and making them into something else, we may well have had a new springtime in the Church!
Look at the beautiful but modern vestments that fit very well in Michelangelo's Sistine Chapel. Watch how Holy Baptism of Infants can take place properly within the context of the Mass. See how the pope ignores the noises from the congregation.
This Mass in the Sistine Chapel is as close to a regular parish Mass as it gets in the Vatican and in fact is a model for all parishes throughout the world. It is possible for all parishes to celebrate Mass in this fashion. Why isn't? I ask again, why isn't it? What is the problem with this way of celebrating the Mass? Do the majority of bishops and priests, not to mention laity, think celebrating Mass this way is too pre-Vatican II? I fear so!