A historical reenactment of the liturgy in the 1400s, on video
Just one verse each day.
This video, shared by UCatholic on their YouTube channel, beautiful and interesting as it is, is not a liturgical celebration. It is, instead, just a historical recreation of how the Mass would have been celebrated a hundred years before the Concilium Tridentinum, that is, the famous Counter-Reformist Council of Trent. Beautiful as it is, it is in any case, just that: an artistic reenactment of what the liturgical celebration of the Eighteenth Sunday after Pentecost, October 4, 1450, might have been like.