I left home this morning running rather late, but felt that at least I would get to Mass after it had started...
In due course, I arrived about ten minutes late, supposedly - at the Pater noster!
(I suspect Fr Rowe began Mass rather before ten o'clock - he has a weekly Wednesday Holy Hour from a quarter to nine till a quarter to ten, and most probably he commenced Mass soon afterward rather than at its official starting time.)
Since a priest may be asked to give one Holy Communion, for a just cause, at any time, and then must administer it according to the due forms - albeit it is most strongly recommended that persons receive It during Mass (Canon 918) - and that the only time when one is forbidden to receive Communion is when one has not kept the fast or is conscious of grave sin (Canons 919 and 916), and moreover there is no obligation to hear Mass on weekdays, nor for that matter to only receive if one has heard all of the service (though of course that would be best), I nonetheless presented presented myself at the altar rail to receive Our Lord in the Sacrament.
Certainly I was present for the Lord's Prayer, Pax Domini, Agnus Dei, private prayers before Communion (Domine Jesu Christe Fili Dei vivi... Perceptio Corporis tui...), Confiteor, Misereatur, Indulgentiam and triple Domine non sum dignus - the Church's own proximate preparation for reception of the Eucharist - just as afterward the Communion and Postcommunions were read, Ite missa est declared, the Placeat prayed (during which I say my own parallel prayer*) and blessing given, followed by the Last Gospel, Leonine Prayers and the final hymn.
*During the Placeat, I pray this prayer, from the 1954 South African BCP:
Look with favour, most Holy Trinity, on this our act of worship and service; and may this sacrifice set forth before thine eyes be acceptable to thy Divine Majesty, and avail for us and all for whom we have offered it; who lived and reignest, [ever] one God, [blessed for ever,] world without end. Amen.
After Mass, in thanksgiving and to unite myself to the whole of the action just completed, I read over the principal parts of the liturgy - the Introit, Kyrie, Gloria, Collects, Epistle, Gradual, Alleluia, Gospel, Offertory, Secrets, Preface, Sanctus and Doxology. The Mass had been of St Melchiades, Pope and Martyr, so all was from the Common of Supreme Pontiffs, with commemoration of the Advent feria, and Fr had worn red.
Curiously, Pope St Melchiades (reigned 310 t0 314) - called Μελχιάδης ὁ Ἀφρικανός, Melchiades the African, since apparently he was not just born in Roman North Africa, but was a Berber and not a Latin colonist - is both sometimes known by the alternate name of Miltiades (Μιλτιάδης), and oscillates between being called a Martyr and a Confessor! My 1962 Breviary, for instance, refers to his commemoration today as being of Papæ et Confessoris, but the antiphon and versicle are from the Common of a Martyr, and in his Collect he is referred to as Martyrem tuum atque Summum Pontificem. As my missal put it, he wasn't put to death during the last great persecution under Diocletian, but he did suffer much, before he died having seen the triumph of the Church over all her foes.