Christ is risen.
When I celebrate a Western Rite Mass, it is somewhat different from the Tridentine form.
All of the elements of the Roman rite from the Orthodox period, are preserved within it. Thus, for example, we have the Sunday blessing of water, the singing of the Sequences, more processions, the kiss of peace at the beginning of the service, the presence of petitions between "Kyrie eleison" making a full Litany, absence of any elevation of the Gifts at the words considered consecratory in Roman-catholic theology, communion in both kinds, the Mass being sandwiched between two hours of the divine office, the blessing of things with three fingers instead of all fingers outstretched, older forms of the vestments, and so forth.
It is still a form of the Roman rite, just a more normative form of the Roman rite, as kept prior to the Protestant Reformation.
It contains the soft or mystical prayers which used to be done, but were later eliminated from Western rite practice or replaced by yet other prayers. There are three entrances in the Liturgy or Mass.
It is a beautiful service which is not only beloved by Western rite faithful, but more easy to accept on the part of Eastern rite faithful. Not from being Easternised, for it is the least Easternised of any Western rite form currently in use, but because it actually stretches back farther in practice to when the West hadn't yet drifted so far from the original Christian heritage of both East and West.