At the site of First Things, there is a piece by George Weigel which includes a rather spiffy idea.
He relates a recent experience of a priest screwing around with the texts of Mass and then continues:
Bad habits built up over decades are as hard to break in liturgy as they are in any other facet of life. So it will take awhile for the nobility of the new Mass texts to elicit a similar nobility of manner from celebrants who have acquired bad habits over the years. But as Lent is an appropriate time for addressing bad habits, here’s a suggestion for all priest-celebrants: make a Lenten resolution—This Lent, I will do the red and read the black. Period.
What a great idea!
Perhaps Mr. Weigel could send that priest one of these?