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News, at last!

I live near this splendid Benedictine Abbey, in Quebec. During the fall, the colours are extraordinary.

Please accept my apologies for not posting frequently. I have moved to a new apartment, but my floors are covered with boxes containing books. 136 more words


Worship wars, medieval style (literally!)

When next your church gets heated over the issue of Anglican Chant vs said, BCP vs modern liturgy, guitars vs organs, drums vs no drums, choirs vs pop music bands, call to mind this event from Symeon of Durham’s  380 more words


Massachusetts: Cambridge & Boston (1st summer trip stop)

This summer, we decided to travel for a month to various destinations. Weaving together what could have easily been many separate trips, we instead fused them to create one massive and quite unique trip abroad! 1,939 more words


We Are The Song

Louise Penny writes a mystery series about a detective in a mythical village in Quebec called Three Pines. I love these books especially for the author’s keen insight into human nature and her prose which flows like poetry. 131 more words


New Projects

I haven’t been here in a while, but I’ve been keeping myself busy. In the past year, I’ve been putting together a lot of soundtracks that make use of field recordings– 109 more words

New Music

Tabs Review #1

  • Sirach 24 – While reading True Devotion by St. Louis de Montfort I realized that my Bible’s version of that chapter differs from Vulgate and Septuagint and it is especially crucial for allegorically/prophetically Marian texts which are not included in the modern translation.
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Fr. Kyle Tabotabo Sings His First Extraordinary Form Mass

Fr. Kyle Tabotabo, a young priest of the Archdiocese of Cebu who is stationed at the Archdiocesan Shrine of Saint Pedro Calungsod, has been learning to offer the Extraordinary Form Mass. 327 more words

Traditional Latin Mass