An 'Octave of Liturgical Restoration' is proposed for the week...

Beginning tomorrow, May 1st, through the 8th. Dr Kwasniewski's post at New Liturgical Movement is here. I suppose that, in Novus Ordo terms, this would be a 'Week of Liturgical Restoration'.

The prayer suggested is the collecta of the second Prophecy at the Easter Vigil:

Deus, incommutábilis virtus et lumen ætérnum: réspice propítius ad totíus Ecclésiæ tuæ mirábile sacraméntum, et opus salútis humánæ, perpétuæ dispositiónis efféctu, tranquíllius operáre; totúsque mundus experiátur et vídeat, dejécta erigi, inveteráta renovári, et per ipsum redire ómnia in intégrum, a quo sumpsére princípium: Dóminum nostrum Jesum Christum, Fílium tuum, qui tecum vivit et regnat in unitáte Spíritus Sancti Deus per ómnia sǽcula sæculórum. Amen.

From an English version: 
O God, unchangable power and light everlasting: mercifully regard the wonderful Mystery of Thy whole Church, and peacefully effect by Thine everlasting decree the work of man's salvation: and may the whole world experience and see that what was cast down is raised up, what was old is renewed, and all things are returning to perfection, through Him from whom they received their first being, our Lord Jesus Christ Thy Son...

I will be interested to learn which Australian folks came up with this idea. 

Rubricarius commented on Dr Kwasniewski's post, reminding us of the Octave of the feast of the Patronage of St Joseph, Spouse of the Blessed Virgin Mary, that we are currently in, or would be in if the calendar existing prior to 1962 were recognized by ecclesiastical authority; since it is not I myself think we can keep both its memory with us (some of us not bound to the Office make use of the historical calendar) and celebrate this happy innovation.