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We restarted our blog page in order to be able to inform our readers about news items from the secular or religious world that need to be more widely seen or commentated about.

 

We stopped it in 2007, when we were asked by Bishop McGee to stop blogging; (under threat against Fr. Stephen's priestly faculties).

 

We had earlier that year, told Bishop Gilbert that we would stop blogging if he wished us to, but at that time he was happy for us to continue.

 

However, we were under two different dioceses due to living in a different diocese to that in which Fr. Stephen is incardinated.

 

Now however, the world and the Churches are descending ever further into a moral morass. And as we have ended our obedience to Pope Francis - and therefore all Bishops who go along with his false teachings and example - we are free to do what we must do under God. Preach God's Truth to the people, in season and out of season, so that those who have ears to hear may turn back to God and be saved.

 

For details on why we have removed our obedience please read our Declaration and footnotes.

For ye have the poor always with you; but me ye have not always.

By The Hermits, Mar 25 2020 10:41PM

In this post I am addressing those of you who love God, and until now have valued going to church to pray and receive the Sacraments.


All of a sudden, you find yourself under a form of self imposed, or State imposed, house arrest. Unable to even visit a church, let alone go to Mass and receive Holy Communion.


You are hungry to receive the Lord in the form of bread and wine, but cannot.


Many other things are being taken away from us at present, work, freedom of movement, the ability of being able to communicate with friends and family face to face, the fear of having our very lives taken by the virus. But most painful of all, the freedom to practice ones religion in the way that you were used to.

Yet God is still there, closer to you than your breath is to your body. For He dwells within you.


But His dwelling within you is dependant upon you. He will leave you if you turn from Him. He never removes our free willl from us. If you truly want to do the Will of Jesus Christ's Father, and believe in His Only Begotten Son, then the Holy Trinity dwells in you. We know that, for we believe in the truth of Jesus' words.


So, go into your inner room, pray to God in secret, and you will feel His presence just as strongly and as surely as when you are praying before the Tabernacle. In fact you may well feel Him more, as you may find less distractions than when you are in church.


Take this as an opportunity to deepen your personal loving relationship with Jesus Christ.

A time to wonder at his beauty, his mercy, his love. And to worship Him as never before.


Sr. Colette

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I have now renewed the contact page and it is working.

 

However, if you want to contact us by other routes, or send us a donation to alow us to build the hermitage, (we are still living in old mobile homes that leak), our details are as follows:

 

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