I understand that from Pope Benedict XVI's motu proprio Summorum Pontificum, that the Readings "may be given in the vernacular";
Art. 6. In Masses celebrated in the presence of the people in accordance with the Missal of Bl. John XXIII, the readings may be given in the vernacular, using editions recognised by the Apostolic See.
Therefore, one could conclude that this means they can be both read and chanted in the vernacular by the Deacon and Subdeacon, still using the Tridentine Lectionary. Is this legitimate? Surely it would be if it is permissible to chant from the Novus Ordo Lectionary at this Mass.
Also, if it were a Low Mass, could the vernacular readings replace the Latin readings or
can the vernacular readings only be read in after the Latin ones have been read?
Deus, Salus Nostra :gopray2: