Check out online resources: Visit blogs and websites such as the U.S. bishops' Roman Missal site, the Nunblog, which often has posts on the changes, or the Catholic Truth Society, the U.K. publisher of the Roman Missal. Of course, Roman Missal Changes will continue to provide you with relevant content, and don't forget about our Resources section, with links to several articles.
Learn more about the Mass itself: Several recently released books can help us delve more deeply into the beauty of the Mass. Two recent titles that do this, and include the new translation, are Edward Sri's "A Biblical Walk Through the Mass" and Cardinal Donald Wuerl and Mike Aquilina's "The Mass: The Glory, the Mystery, the Tradition."
Pray: Some Catholics are excited about the revisions, some are resistant and others simply are unaware or indifferent. Pray that we as a Church can join together in welcoming the changes with open minds and open hearts.
Attend an event in your parish or diocese: The new translation has been the topic of Theology on Tap meetings in several dioceses, and many parishes and dioceses are having workshops or informational meetings as well. Make an effort to attend one of these.
What are you doing to prepare yourself for the revisions? Let us know.