I was very pleased to read this translation on Rorate of a piece which appears on Chiesa in Italian, it is Cardinal Sarah writing L'Observatore a few weeks ago.
Contrary to what has been sometimes claimed, and in total conformity with the conciliar Constitution, it is especially fitting that, during the penitential rite, the singing of the Gloria, the orations and the Eucharistic Prayer, all, the priest and the faithful, face together towards the East, to express their willingness to participate in the activity of worship and the redemption wrought by Christ. This could be fittingly put into action in the cathedrals, which should be the exemplars of the liturgical life.We do that.
Reading further, Cardinal Sarah discusses the two forms of the Roman rite, the ancient and the modern:
It would also be desirable that the penitential rite and the Offertory of the usus antiquior be appended to the next edition of the Roman Missal in the Ordinary Form. This would underline the fact that the two liturgical forms enlighten each other in continuity and without opposition.I would like to do that.
God bless Cardinal Sarah!