The following table appeared in Rev. Fr. Leonard Goffine's The Church's Year (ISBN 0-9639032-4-1)

The Priest Christ
Goes to the altar. Goes to Mount Olivet.
Commences Mass. Begins to pray.
Says Confiteor (I believe...). Falls down and sweats blood.
Goes up and kisses the altar. Is betrayed by Judas with a kiss.
Goes to the Epistle side. [1] Is captured, bound, and taken to Annas.
Reads the Introit Is falsely accused by Annas and blasphemed.
Goes to the middle of the altar and reads the Kyrie eleison (Lord, have mercy...). Is brought to Caiphas and there denied three times by Peter.
Says the Dominus vobiscum (Lord be with you...). Looks at Peter and converts him.
Reads the Epistle. Is brought to Pilate.
Says the Munda cor meum (cleanse my heart...) [2] at the middle of the altar. Is taken to Herod and mocked.
Reads the Gospel. Is taken back to Pilate and again mocked.
Uncovers the chalice. Is shamefully exposed.
Offers bread and wine. Is cruelly scourged.
Covers the chalice. Is crowned with thorns.
Washes his hands. Is declared innocent by Pilate.
Says the Orare fratres (Brethren, pray...). Is shown by Pilate to the people with the words Ecce homo (Behold this man...).
Prays in a low voice. Is mocked and spit upon.
Says the Preface and Sanctus (Holy, holy, holy...). Is preferred instead of Barrabas and condemned to crucifixion.
Make the Memento for the living. Carries the cross to Mount Calvary.
Continues to pray in a low voice. Meets His Mother and other pious women.
Blesses the bread and wine with the sign of the cross. Is nailed to the cross.
Elevates the sacred Host. Is raised on the cross.
Elevates the chalice. Sheds blood from the five wounds.
Prays in a low voice. Sees His afflicted Mother at the cross.
Says aloud, Nobis quoque peccatoribus (and to us sinners...). [3] Prays on the cross for men.
Says aloud the Pater noster (Our Father). Says the seven words on the cross.
Breaks and separates the Host. Gives up His spirit and dies.
Lets a small portion of the sacred Host fall into the chalice. His soul descends to Limbo.
Says the Agnus Dei (Lamb of God...). Is acknowledged on the cross as the Son of God by many bystanders.
Administers holy Communion. Is laid in the sepulchre.
Cleanses the chalice. Is anointed by the pious women.
Prepares the chalice again. Arises from the dead.
Says the Dominus vobiscum (Lord be with you...). Appears to His Mother and the disciples.
Says the last prayers. Teaches for forty days.
Says the last Dominus vobiscum. Takes leave of His disciples and ascends to heaven.
Gives the benediction to the people. Sends down the Holy Ghost.
Says the Ite Missa est (Go, you are dismissed...) and the last gospel. [4] Sends the apostles into all parts of the world to preach the gospel.

[1] In the Tridentine Mass the priest faces the altar.  The Epistle is read from the right side, the Gospel from the left.

[2] Cleanse my heart and my lips, O almighty God, who didst cleanse the lips of the prophet Isaias with a burning coal: vouchsafe through Thy gracious mercy so to cleanse me that I may worthily proclaim Thy holy Gospel.  Through Christ our Lord.  Amen.

[3] And to us sinners also, Thy servants, hoping in the multitude of Thy mercies, vouchsafe to grant some part and fellowship with Thy holy apostles and martyrs [...]

[4] In the Tridentine Mass the Last Gospel (John 1:1-14) is read following the dismissal and benediction

In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God.  The same was in the beginning with God.  All things were made by Him: and without Him was made nothing that was made.  In Him was life, and the life was the light of men.  And the light shineth in darkness, and the darkness did not comprehend it.

There was a man sent from God, whose name was John.  This man came for a witness, to give testimony of the light, that all men might believe through him.  He was not the light, but was to give testimony of the light. 

That was the true light, which enlighteneth every man that cometh into this world.  He was in the world, and the world was made by Him, and the world knew Him not. He came unto His own, and His own received Him not.  But as many as received Him, he gave them power to be made the sons of God, to them that believe in His name.  Who are born, not of blood, nor of the will of the flesh, nor of the will of man, but of God.   And the Word was made flesh, and dwelt among us, and we saw his glory, the glory as it were of the only begotten of the Father, full of grace and truth.