What I like better about the Ordinary Form High Mass
1. There aren’t two “Masses” going on at the same time. I don’t have to say the Introit, Offertory and Communion Antiphons in addition to the choir chanting these. The same for the other sung parts—the choir is sufficient for these parts.
2. The Liturgy of the Word from the ambo—love this and that the priest doesn’t have to read the Scriptures in Latin in addition to the vernacular.
3. Audible Roman Canon
4. Unified Communion Rite—but the celebrant does receive first in order to conclude/ratify the Sacrifice.
5. The Dismissal Rite with the Blessing and Ite Missa Est.
6. Clear rubrics for the laity for standing, kneeling and sitting
What I like better about the EF High Mass:
1. The rubrics for the Roman Canon and the rubrics in general for this Mass
2. The Suscipiat and Placeat
3. Sign of the Cross to bless water for the infusion
4. Double cleansing of the chalice at the ablutions
5. The laity kneeling for the Final Blessing
6. The traditional Confiteor
7. The richer prayers for the priest’s reception of Holy Communion