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Saturday, September 30, 2006


Article on CIEL at Oxford here.

"The offices of Lauds, Vespers, and Compline were chanted daily at Merton Chapel, as well as Solemn High Mass each day at noon, capped off with a rousing Solemn Pontifical High Mass on Saturday at noon, with Bishop David McGough, an auxiliary from the Archdiocese of Birmingham, England. Exquisite organ music with integrated Gregorian chant was provided throughout the colloquium, most notably from what became popularly known as "that traveling French schola" and a singer from Australia."

A wonderful singer, too! He once conducted a workshop on the chants of Compline for us - and it was so intense that one could have felt like going home, as well as an impromptu second sung Low Mass for St Stephen's day last year. I hope we have it again!

Mr Shawn Tribe at the New Liturgical Movement has begun writing a fantastic report on the experience, with photos!

Sorry about the fonts :)

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