Both of these photos are of the same priest celebrating the same Modern Roman Missal in the same church! Can you tell a difference?
If I do say so myself, in my more than 42 years of priesthood, I think I have given excellent catechesis as it concerns what the Mass is, the presence of Christ in its celebration and the faith of the Church that every Mass enters into the One Sacrifice of Christ and His glorious resurrection in a timeless, eternal way. That means that the One Sacrifice of Christ and His real Presence is a "now event", not a past event only or a future one to expect only. It is eternal, like God is eternal. He is "I Am", not "I was" or "I will be."
The Mass is the experience of the presence of Christ in two general ways: in those who gather to celebrate the Mass including the priest-celebrant. I combine priest and laity into one group whereas Vatican II indicates it as two realities.
Jesus is present also in the proclaimed word of God and in a unique way in the proclamation of the Gospel.
Finally, Jesus Christ, crucified and risen, is present in a mysterious/mystical/transubstantial way under the elements or species of bread and wine. His Real Presence in this manner is for us to adore and savor prior to "eating and drinking" and the eating and drinking is made palatable as the Bread and Wine masks or veils the real presence of the Risen Lord which is the foundation of what we actually see with our physical eyes and through the other senses with have.
Thus, the real presence of Christ under the form or species of bread and wine is unique compared to the other two which are more general and demand a different form of devotional and physical acceptance.
I think many today, including bishops, have come to realize that the modern Mass in its manner of celebration isn't contributing to the building of the true Faith of the Catholic Church in the Divine Person of Jesus Christ and the two other Divine Persons of the Most Holy Trinity. There isn't orthodoxy in this regard and thus when we are dismissed from Mass there isn't ortho-praxis, meaning the proper practice of our Catholic Faith through the good works of Catholic morality.
Without changing the Modern Roman Missal one iota but, yes, changing its rubrics, we could recover what was good about the 1962 Roman Missal as it concerns enabling orthodox belief in the Real Presence of Christ and His One Sacrifice at the Mass.
Rubrically, there needs to be three major changes to the Modern Roman Missal:
1. Ad orientem for the Mass with the same style of choreography as the 1962 Roman Missal mandates
2. The "low voice" Roman Canon with the same rubrics as the 1962 Roman Canon (for daily Mass I would recommend only allowing the Second Eucharistic Prayer and suppressing all others)
3. Kneeling and at the altar railing for the reception of Holy Communion with only the clergy and officially installed acolytes distributing Holy Communion
My final remarks about the silent Eucharistic Prayer:
This will take a goodly amount of catechesis to help those who attend Mass to know that this promotes the mystical and contemplative spiritual experience of not only the priest, but the laity, entering into the Holy of Holies at this point in the Mass regardless of the language used.
Recently I was speaking to a life long Catholic who watches the daily Mass on EWTN and complained that they are praying out loud in Latin the Eucharistic Prayer. She likes the vernacular and remembers well that the Canon was prayed in Latin prior to Vatican II and how much she liked the vernacular better.
Her memory is faulty though. She might have known that the Canon was in Latin but she did not hear a Latin Canon. IT WAS SILENTLY PRAYED BY THE PRIEST! If he wanted to be illicit, He could well have prayed it in his vernacular, whatever that might have been!
We don't need a wordy out loud Latin Canon! We need a silent canon in whatever language as the means to assist all of us in the mystical experience of entering the Holy of Holies!
My three mandates would create an outstanding Eucharistic Revival with the current Modern Roman Missal!