Monday, September 24, 2007

Back On line - at last!


And just to celebrate listen to this from Westminster Cathedral: Josquin and Victoria, found on NLM.

14 comments:

Philip said...

Welcome back! You were greatly missed.

Dr. Peter H. Wright said...

Good heavens.

Father Ray is back on line !
Our prayers to St. Isidore of Seville have been heard.

Yes, I've already listened to the Westminster Cathedral choir posted at New Liturgical Movement.

By way of celebration, therefore, I thought I would play a recording of the Alleluia Chorus.

And this evening possibly reprise a little drink I had concocted earlier this month in celebration of another occasion.

fr from up north. said...

Welcome back ,Fr.Life is dull without your blog.

leutgeb said...

Hurray!

Fr Ray Blake said...

How kind!

Laura said...

Good to have you back

gemoftheocean said...

Dead fish in newspaper, and a talk with "Uncle Guido." Works every time. Snoopy dance here

Fr Ray Blake said...

gem of the ocean, ehhhh?

gemoftheocean said...

Never mind. It worked, didn't it? A few dead fish wrapped in newspapers left on the right doorstep with a visit from my half-sicilian Godfather can work wonders. Metaphorically, I sent "Uncle Guido" around to make the director of Tiscali an offer he couldn't refuse.

pelerin said...

Great to have your blog back! however still trying to work out why all is silent for this particular film on my computer. And yes I have remembered to turn up the sound and its perfectly ok for the dreadful 'syrupy' video you have also posted! Very mysterious.

WhiteStoneNameSeeker said...

WHOOPEEE! You're back!
And I see you have posted quite a bit. So baby asleep, toddler playing quietly, daughter working all three boys out...cup'o'tea, sit back and read.

John Fitzpatrick said...

We just cant manage without your blog, Father. Welcome back

Anonymous said...

Thank goodness you are back, Father!

pelerin said...

following my comment on not being able to to hear this posting I have since discovered that I have no sound for any of You Tube videos. However, your syrupy video came from the French site Daily Motion and this is working normally. if anyone else has this problem, it appears that we are not alone as many others appear to have lost the sound from You Tube too. the instructions as to how it can be brought back are far to complicated for a technophobe like me but suggestions are given if you type in the loss of sound for You Tube.