A good idea from one of your fellow readers and long-time participants in the combox:
FYI, below is this week’s newsletter item touting the Te Deum at end of Mass Sunday. The link gives the Te Deum handout for the folks.
SUMMORUM PONTIFICM . . DEO GRATIAS . . TE DEUM
This Sunday is the sixth anniversary of Pope Benedict’s 07/07/2007 promulgation of his Apostolic Letter Summorum Pontificum, which restored the traditional Latin Mass and initiated the revitalization of the liturgy that is now underway throughout the Church. At the end of Mass we will mark this epoch-beginning event by singing (in place of the usual closing Marian antiphon) the Te Deum, the Church’s official thanksgiving hymn which is chanted on the most solemn occasions of praise and gratitude.
Click here for a printable copy in which the Latin original and the especially beautiful English translation found in the Campion missal (967) are specially formatted so that parallel Latin and English clauses correspond to facilitate understanding by those who follow or sing the Latin.
Note: Copies will be available this Sunday. Please pick up one on your way into Mass.