Thank you. This is general. I would like to know the content of the prayers and the homily, as well as the name of the hymns.From start to finish:
Liturgy of the Word:
1) Entrance Rite: Priest and servers process in to the altar, congregation sings a hymn.
2) Greeting: "In the name of the Father and of the Son...."
3) Penitential Rite:
5) Opening Prayer:
6) First Reading:
8) Second Reading:
9) Gospel Acclamation:
13) General Intercessions:
Liturgy of the Eucharist:
1) Offertory Hymn: during this time the offering is taken, the altar prepared, and the gifts of bread and wine brought forth.
2) Prayer over the offerings:
3) Eucharistic Prayer: includes the preface, the Holy, Holy, Holy, Consecration, acclamation, second half of the prayer, and the Doxology
5) Lord's Prayer:
6) Sign of Peace:
7) Lamb of God:
8) Communion: A hymn is sung during this time
9) Purification of vessels:
10) Prayer after Communion:
11) Blessing and dismissal:
12) Closing hymn:
Note that all of the above elements were present in the pre-Vatican II Mass. The Mass just took on a different form. Mysterium Fide and critics of the new Mass are correct in their assertion that the Mass of today looks more Protestant. But that does not bother me. What matters to me is that the Sacrifice of Christ takes place. It does not matter to me whether we pray in Latin, chant, etc. Actually it does--in the sense that I have no desire to do Mass that way. I never grew up with the old Mass. I am happy with the Mass as it is.
I think church services should be done in the language of the people in the church. Which explains why, around Christmas 1961, when I and my family spent Christmas with my very Polish grandparents in Pennsylvania, I did not understand a word at their church we went to on one of the Sundays while we were there--it was all in Polish and Latin!