One of the books that came out in my seminary years (and made my life easier) was called "Ceremonies of the Modern Roman Rite", written by an Australian working at the Vatican named Msgr. Peter J. Elliott. It was then, and still is, a great resource book, not only for Young Fogeys who love to know the details of liturgical ceremonies and may have to set up for one of those ceremonies someday, but for the average Catholic who wants to know more about the liturgy of the Roman Catholic Church. Come to think of it, parish Sacristans would also find this book especially helpful.
Today it was announced that Msgr. Elliott was named an Auxiliary Bishop for the Archdiocese of Melbourne, Australia. He was ordained to the Priesthood in 1973, and served as a parish priest before being assigned to the Pontifical Council for the Family in Rome. After returning to Australia, he became the Director of the John Paul II Institute for Marriage and Family in Melbourne, as well as other archdiocesan jobs (including being pastor of a parish).
Besides writing "Ceremonies of the Modern Roman Rite" in 1995, then-Msgr. Elliott also wrote "Liturgical Question Box: Answers to Common Questions About the Modern Liturgy" in 1998, and, "Ceremonies of the Liturgical Year" in 2002. These were published and are available from Ignatius Press at http://www.ignatius.com/.
Congratulations to Bishop-Designate Elliott, and thank you for your books. But can you imagine being the guy who has to coordinate his episcopal ordination?