The Sacrifice of the Mass continues on its textbook way, with a description and explanation of the Asperges (as done in the Extraordinary Form of the Latin Rite Mass).
I should warn people that my Latin may not be pronounced the way they’re used to hearing it. I took classical Latin in high school, because that’s what my public school district offered. So although I try diligently to pronounce everything in the Italianate pronunciation of church Latin that’s common in traditional circles in the US, there’s a lot of stuff I have trouble remembering to pronounce that way. Also, priests get into a sort of rhythm of prayer just as congregations do, which I certainly do not reproduce! So use this as a textbook for understanding, but not for best practices with the Latin. (There are many CDs and free downloads for hearing the words of the EF Mass said and sung; use them for that.)
Also, if you’re looking for The Story of a Soul, I published the rest of St. Therese’s book on Wednesday, her feastday. I’ll get working on the foreword and epilogue next week.