AAH! ORIENTEM OF BOTH POPES BENEDICT AND FRANCIS:
Most of us have some kind of understanding of the "reform of the reform" when it comes to the Mass. Although there is a diversity of opinions on how this reform ought to occur, my own very conservative understanding of the reform of the reform of the Mass has to do with the current missal and simply doing what its General Instruction of the Roman Missal allows with the options already modeled by two popes, Pope Benedict XVI and now Pope Francis.
My conservative "reform of the reform" is the following:
1. Say the Black and do the Red, as another famous or infamous blogger so keenly has seared into our minds with his coffee cups
2. Make use of two options seldom used: Chanting the propers and celebrating the Liturgy of the Eucharist ad orientem, either with the true ad orientem or the virtual ad orientem of the pre-Vatican II altar arrangement even when facing the laity
3. Chant all the parts of the Mass, including the priest's parts, at least at the principal Mass
4. Choreograph everyone's movements and make sure everyone is well trained and solemn in their movements and presence at the altar
5. Use incense at the principal Mass(es)
So the above is my idea of the reform of the reform and Pope Francis models it marvelously at all his Vatican Mass and most especially at the daily Mass he had at the altar of Blessed Pope John Paul II in St. Peter's Basilica and most recently at the Sistine Chapel for the Baptism of the Lord.
But there is another "reform of the reform" which even the south in becoming the premier geographical area for the Catholic Church throughout America (moving from the corrupt north) is modeling.
In the Augusta, Georgia metro area, there are two new churches being built. One is in the suburb of Augusta, called Grovetown at St. Teresa of Avila Church and the other is about 20 miles away in the Diocese of Charleston in Aiken, South Carolina, St. Mary Help of Christians Church. Both parish communities have a vision for the future and understand the reform of the reform when it comes to church architecture:
Both new churches are well under construction at the present time. Here are the renderings of their architectural "reform of the reform":
St. Teresa of Avila in Augusta: