This is the offertory procession and music at the dedication of the Holy Family Basilica in Spain, which Pope Benedict presided over several months ago. This is the way Mass in the Ordinary Form could and should be. It is the modern new way of doing it:
(I might add that if one is going to use the "Benedictine" altar arrangement facing the people, this is the best way to do it. The candles and the cross facing the Holy Father, are low, understated and do not become a barrier or look like jail bars. Keep in mind in this magnificent new/old Basilica there is a huge cross hanging over the altar from the ceiling.)
And now for the old fashioned way of celebrating the Ordinary Form of the Mass. I don't mean to denigrate now retired Cardinal Mahoney of Los Angeles. He was the archbishop of the largest archdiocese in the country and certainly the most diverse culturally and ethnically. Because of that he certainly was on the forefront of older ways of incultruation of the Mass. The video below shows this tried but not necessarily needed form of inculturation. I wonder if the new Archbishop Gomes will allow this form of the Mass to continued at the Archdiocesan annual and huge Religious Education Week? Time will tell.
The now old and pre-historic way to celebrate the Ordinary Form of the Mass: