Wednesday morning is when I try to prepare my homily for Sunday.
Sometimes the time gets crunched by other duties; sometimes, the task needs more time than a morning. Today was one of those.
I'm preparing a homily following up the pope's decision two weeks ago, permitting wide use of the Mass according to the classic form, i.e., the 1962 Missal. But this, in combination with his letter several months ago on the Eucharist, and his call for re-appraising Vatican II not as "rupture" with the past, but as continuity with the Tradition, in my judgment gives greater significance to his hope that the two forms of the Roman Rite (old and new) will "mutually enrich each other."
So I'll preach at all Masses this weekend on this theme.
Unless something else comes up, who knows? That's the plan, at any rate--I just finished the draft of the homily; later this week, if time allows, I'll try to add some polish and tighten it up if possible.