The Vatican has released the official translations, ready for use, of the texts of a brand new Holy Mass for the New Evangelization. As the title suggests, it’s a special Mass (collects and readings) on the theme of the new evangelization. The texts in English are here.
I think it’s quite good, with prayers that are (though predictably a bit clunky in the approved English) thoughtfully written and readings that are very well-chosen. Both the prayer texts and the readings are, as they should be, rich in references to the duty of the Church and every Christian to proclaim the Gospel to all the world, of course. But they also prominently include ideas about our duty to live our daily lives authentically in goodness and love (second readings) as well as strong strands of the social justice element of living and proclaiming our faith (especially in the collect and Gospel).
Priests and deacons will have plenty of directions to choose from when preaching on the New Evangelization during this Mass, including the fact that (as Blessed John Paul II insisted) living and sharing the Church’s social teachings is an essential aspect of it.