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Let's go to Montreal!

May 31, 2015
This week I traveled to Montreal with my co-worker, Karen D'Souza. We were excited to check out Salt + Light's new pied-à-terre and reconnect with our co-workers in person (there really is no substitution for a face to face). As you'll see, our new office is very much a work in progress; but, I hope you’ll agree there’s a lot of potential!
Below, Jeroen van der Biezen, Technical Director in Montreal, gives me the grand tour.
And, here’s the Daily Perspectives that Jeroen mentions.
An added bonus of working out of Montreal this past week, was the chance to stay at the Oratory’s John XIII Pavilion. The pavilion is conveniently located right next to the Oratory. The simple but clean accommodations provide the opportunity to attend daily mass and visit the tomb of St. Brother Andre.
Since, both Karen and I have a strong devotion to St. Joseph, we were thrilled at the chance to visit the Oratory. Here’s a little vignette of that experience -

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