The outline is straightforward, a blend of familiar prayers and blessings:
Sign of the Cross (OCF 112)
Scripture Verse (113)
Sprinkling with Holy Water (114)
The Lord’s Prayer (116)
Concluding Prayer (117)
The Scripture “verses” are actually small readings. Matthew 11:28-30 and John 14:1-3 are the given examples. I agree on the importance that these brief passages focus on Christ.
Three “formularies” are given for the optional Sprinkling of Holy Water:
A The Lord is our shepherd
and leads us to streams of living water.
B Let this water call to mind our baptism into Christ
who by his death and resurrection has redeemed us.
C The Lord God lives in his holy temple yet abides in our midst.
Since in baptism N. became God’s temple
and the Spirit of God lived in him/her,
with reverence we bless his/her mortal body.
These pieces, samples though they are, seem rather weak in focus. The first reads like a musical antiphon. The second and third like mini-homilies. I think ritual works fine to address God directly within earshot of the assembly.
OCF 115 gives two psalm samples, 130 and 115/116, while referencing other possibilities in OCF part III, number 345. Lord’s Prayer by all, Concluding Prayer by the leader, and then a final blessing. Very simple.