Hat tip to Shawn Tribe at the NLM.
Fox St. Louis gives us this report on the return of the Traditional (1962 Missal) Latin Mass. What I thought was a great gesture for secular media was the reporter saying that the priest faces God and not the people, instead of saying the priest turns his back on the people.
Of course, the Missa Normativa can also be celebrated ad orientem (facing God and not the people). In both the Traditional and the Normativa (when said ad orientem), there are brief instances where the celebrant would face the people (Dominus vobiscum, Orate Fratres, Ecce Agnus Dei, Ite Missa est).
Side note: unfortunately the organ featured in the story sounds like a Hammond, but I'm optimistic as that particular congregation grows, there will likely be a better organ.