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  1. Saint Michael's Abbey (French: Abbaye Saint-Michel) is a Benedictine abbey in Farnborough, Hampshire, England. The small community is known for its liturgy (which is sung in Latin and Gregorian chant ), its pipe organ, and its liturgical publishing and printing.

  2. About Us. St Michael’s Abbey is a little monastic community on the Hampshire-Surrey border in the south of England, about thirty miles from London. The Benedictine life has been lived here since 1895. The community is small and young.

  3. The monks of Farnborough draw from the two-fold tradition of our history. For our ‘doctrina’ or monastic spirit we look to Dom Guéranger of Solesmes, and to Dom Delatte — the Abbot of Solesmes who first established monastic life in our house in 1895.

  4. Visiting the Abbey. Everyone is welcome to attend religious services celebrated at the Abbey, and to take part in the weekly Saturday guided tour. Group visits at another times can be arranged — please contact us for more details.

  5. L'abbaye Saint-Michel (en anglais : Saint Michael's Abbey) est une abbaye bénédictine de style gothique flamboyant, fondée en 1881 à Farnborough dans le sud de l'Angleterre par l'impératrice Eugénie et dont la communauté a été célèbre pour son écriture savante et sa tradition musicale de chants grégoriens.

  6. St Michael's Abbey is home to a community of Benedictine monks and serves as a pilgrimage site, housing the tombs of Napoleon III and the Prince Imperial. [29] In addition to the Christian denominations, Farnborough is also home to a small Muslim community centred around an Islamic centre established in the late 20th century.