It still gives me chills to see the ancient order of the Latin Mass celebrated in my former parish, the Church of the Most Holy Trinity in Augusta. This one was for October. When we restored the church around 1997 or so, we readjusted the historic altar so that Mass could be celebrated either facing the nave or facing the apse (which is the symbol for the liturgical east). I thought, then, the the revised Mass after Vatican II might one day be celebrated eastward or ad orientem never thinking the ancient order of the Latin Mass would be celebrated there regularly. Congratulations to Fr. Jacob Almeter pastor there and from Augusta also. Look at all the young people and all the altar boys. This form of the Mass seems to produce more vocations to the priesthood and religious life than the newer form. I wonder why?