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A Monastic Easter . . .


Happy Eastertide, faithful readers!

Much as I am enjoying my year with Jesuits, it has reminded me that I do really enjoy living in the monastery. 653 more words

Peaceful Gregorian Chant

Greetings subscribers :) I’m always looking for new music to meditate to: for myself and so I can share it with you on the site. This Gregorian chant has to be some of the most relaxing out there. 28 more words


Rolling along.

I’m on a train, I was on several trains yesterday, the day before and then on more trains the week before that.  Why you may ask? 997 more words

For beginner piano: Concordi laetitia

Now for Easter, one of those random chants in honor of Our Lady:

Concordi laetitia (Rhythmus paschalis ad B. Mariam V.)

The handy annotations section of… 63 more words

Gregorian Chant

Pange lingua gloriosi

Of the glorious Body telling,
O my tongue, its mysteries sing,
and the Blood, all price excelling,
which the world’s eternal King,
in a noble womb once dwelling… 192 more words


For beginner piano: Vexilla Regis prodeunt

Here is another chant put into easy piano form:

Vexilla Regis prodeunt (the vespers hymn for Passiontide)

Which is also used on September 14th for the Exaltation of the Holy Cross, as well as (formerly) on May 3rd for the finding of the same. 78 more words

Gregorian Chant

Gregorian Chakras

Hey Folks, here’s my latest music release – Gregorian Chakras by Kristopher Stone, one track 60 minutes of continuous music and the sounds of nature, starting with the Base Chakra and graduating up to the Crown Chakra (music keys C, D, E, F, G, A, B) incorporating Gregorian Chant inspired melodies …for meditation, healing, study, etc. 21 more words

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