When we lived in the Chicago suburbs while I was teaching at Wheaton, I visited Ss. Peter and Paul in Naperville from time to time, a wonderful and large parish. The Church looks like a church inside, and liturgy was done well (whether OF or EF of the Roman Rite; the FSSP offers the EF there).
As part of their commitment to the new evangelization, their director of the new evangelization, Mike Brummond, runs a website called thefishermansnet.net. Thereon I was delighted to find three videos in particular dealing with liturgy.
The first is a presentation by Fr. Douglas Martis, Director of the Liturgical Institute at Mundelein Seminary in northern Chicagoland. I was privileged to be able to hear Fr. Martis speak from time to time, as well as attend other wonderful events at the LI and Mundelein. The talk is entitled “What Did Vatican II Really Say About Liturgy?”
Next is Fr. Thomas Milota, pastor at Ss Peter and Paul, on “The Trinity, the Paschal Mystery, and the Liturgy”:
And finally, Matthew Sprinkle, “What Is Sacred Music?”