In the Missale Romanum as promulgated by Bl. Paul VI, and the subsequent editions based thereon, the rubrics direct that one is to bow during the Creed at the words “Et incarnatus est de Spiritu Sancto ex Maria Virgine: et homo factus est.” On the Feasts of the Nativity and Annunciation, however, the rubrics direct that one is … More Et incarnatus est
Unlike in the Novus Ordo, the celebrant in the Extraordinary Form prays most of the Our Father (or “Pater Noster”) by himself. The congregation and other ministers join only the last line: “sed libera nos a malo.”* The Our Father follows the conclusion of the Canon, which is said silently. The priest announces the end of … More The Our Father
One notable difference between the Ordinary and Extraordinary Forms of the Mass is apparent at the very outset of the liturgy: instead of processing directly to the altar and from there to the sedilia, the priest and ministers halt at the entrance to the sanctuary and say the prayers at the foot of altar, consisting … More The Prayers at the Foot of the Altar
Corpus Christi Watershed has a page linking additional videos on the Extraordinary Form. The twenty-part are the FSSP training videos previously posted, but in smaller bits. There is also a full Solemn Mass video narrated by Ven. Fulton Sheen (the video quality is, sadly, not great) and some links to additional instructional videos with Cardinal … More More E.F. Training Videos
The FSSP produced these videos to help train priests to say the traditional Mass. Unlike the videos of the full Mass, these are accompanied by commentary.
The Priestly Fraternity of St. Peter has an app (apple, android) that lets you live stream Mass from three different FSSP churches around the globe. They have the same functionality on the web (along with a not-nearly-as-helpful-as-it-might-be widget for converting to local time). At least in a browser, the video from Florida is only a … More There’s an App for That
If a parish has access to three clerics (or two clerics and an instituted acolyte, in a pinch), it can offer a Solemn Mass. Here is a video of a Solemn Mass said in Sacramento in 2012: