I first met Fr. Aidan Nichols, O.P. while on a retreat in France with the Legionaries of Christ in 2003. I had just finished my Freshman year of college and the Legionaries were kind enough to take about 40 students on this very special retreat. It was during this time that I first began to think about the priesthood, and I had a few conversations with Fr. Aidan about it.
The well-known Fr. Aidan Nichols was one of the many speakers brought in for the retreat. He taught us the liturgy portion:
There I am, closest to Fr. Nichols. This was back when I had hair!
If you look closely, the board reads "Reforming the Reform" and "Annibale Bugnini." As you can imagine, it was an interesting discussion!
Now, 9 years later, I see on the Papa Stronsay website that Fr. Aidan visited my friends there. He offered the traditional Dominican Rite, which differs in some ways from the 1962 Missal and is proper to the Dominican Order.
For example, the chalice is prepared with wine and water prior to the Prayers at the Foot of the Altar. This is quite similar to the Eastern Rites:
The priest's arms are fully extended in the form of a cross for the Unde et memores after the Consecration: