Monthly Archives: November 2011

More About the Hermits Of St. Giles

The Association of the Hermits of St. Giles is set up in such a way that those who are physically disabled and are home bound because of it can live out their monastic spirituality from their own home. Members are … Continue reading

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Who Was St. Giles Of Nimes

St. Giles of Nimes, born 650 ad in Athens, Greece, is the Patron Saint of Disabled Persons and Outcasts in our Roman Catholic Church. Legend has it, Giles was born of royal lineage. His father was King Theodore and his … Continue reading

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Hermits of St. Giles

This ministry to the homebound, of the homebound, by the homebound is a wonderful and powerful ministry that allows those of us who are physically disabled to participate in the sufferings of Christ Jesus and in the redemption of the … Continue reading

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