Blind priest wants to learn the TLM, lots of challenges. Fr. Z offers help.

A couple months ago, I posted about the availability of the traditional Missale Romanum in Braille.  HERE  I also posted on help for a blind priest who wants to learn the Traditional Latin Mass HERE.

Today, a reader sent me a link to a video on YouTube by a priest – Fr. Jamie Dennis – who is blind.  He talks about the technical difficulty for him to learn the TLM.   He wants to learn it, but right now he is limited by tech.   He explains the challenge between using Braille, and Latin, and phone tools.

It sounds pretty daunting and I am deeply impressed with his determination and position.  Fr. Z kudos.

I would be happy to help him in any way that I can.  For example, he describes the fact that Siri on his iPhone can’t handle Latin yet.   If Father wants recordings of parts of Mass, I have some made already – HERE – and I would be delighted to record anything for him that he needs.

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  1. Ellen says:

    I know Father Jamie. He’s in my diocese and I went on a pilgrimage with him. He’s a good one. I hope he succeeds in learning the TLM

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