The first two images are from this past Sunday's Mass. The Ordinariate's Roman Missal goes by after Trinity (not Pentecost for some reason) and the Reformed Roman Missal of most Catholics has a revised/reformed way to number the Sundays far inferior from the Ordinariate's way!
But look at how the pages are printed and what is and what isn't included. The Reformed Missal of most Catholics is truncated and not complete (read on below).
Please note how the Ordinariate's Roman Missal is fuller and richer. It includes the full Introit with the Gloria Patri as it would be in the 1962 unreformed Missal. The Gradual, Alleluia and Offertory antiphon are included, but completely gone from the Reformed Roman Missal of most Catholics.
Let's look at the offertory prayers. The older form found in our unreformed 1962 Roman Missal are in the Ordinariate's Roman Missal but in English, archaic as it is. It also includes the prayer for incensing the altar, completely gone in the Reformed Roman Missal of the majority of Catholics. Please note the longer version from the 1962 Roman Missal for the blessing of the water to be mixed with the wine, completely missing in the Reformed Roman Missal of the majority of Catholics. Please note too, the calling down of the Holy Spirit, completely absent in the normal Roman Missal.
Please note the longer version of the lavabo and the Suscipe, not to be found in the Reformed Roman Missal of most Catholics.
This is the Offertory from the Reformed Roman Missal of the majority of Catholics, truncated and impoverished with no traditional option!
And the Last Gospel! Guess who has it and guess who doesn't! SAD!