We know through Faith, that Jesus Christ is One Divine Person with two natures human and divine.
My experience with the two forms of the one Roman Rite, and even before there were two forms, is that the Traditional Latin Mass may be deficient in showing forth the One Divine Person of Jesus Christ to the point of almost heresy, denying His Sacred Humanity.
We could also put forth that the Ordinary Form in recovering the Sacred Humanity of our Lord might be guilty of the heresy of neglecting His Sacred Divinity.
Thus with both forms of the one Latin Rite, we have One Divine Liturgy with two natures, humans and divine. The only problems is that all Catholics need to attend both forms of the One Latin Rite to be properly formed in our Orthodox Catholic Faith.
That is why I applauded Pope Benedict XVI’s desire that each form of the One Latin Rite, exert an influence on each other to more closely resemble the Divine Person of Jesus Christ Incarnate, human and divine in His two natures.
Here are some human and divine moments at our Ascension Vigil Mass (also known as the 7th Sunday of Easter). The two First Holy Communicants are the granddaughter and great grandson of the permanent deacon from the Diocese of Saint Petersburg. He came to be present today, deacon at the Mass and offer his grand and great grandchildren their First Holy Communion, kneeling and by intinction.