Overall, it felt different in some ways, but the same in others. During the processional and recessional, we didn’t carry a crucifix. For the beginning of the Mass, you don’t really do much, because in America you usually hold the Sacramentary for the priest, but here you don’t. So you don’t do much until the Liturgy of the Eucharist, when you do a lot more than you do in America. Here you help clean out the dishes, and you carry out the offertory. In Todi, there is a lot more water than wine, because only the priest drinks the wine. The water is also used for washing his hands and cleaning out the dishes. In the U.S., we have separate jugs for cleaning.