A brief biography of a monk and musician whose German heritage, combined with the turbulent yet bucolic landscape of 1940s Galway, led Sebastian Wolff to a Benedictine vocation in England. A vocation marked by music, monastic life and outreach to ordinary people. Wolff's contribution to the canon of ecclesiastical music is charted. His contribution to the lives of those with whom he came into contact, over many years of active ministry, are reflected in testimonials. This is an account of how the extraordinary is so often accomplished through the ordinary.