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 world. Christ wants us to be co-redemers with Him, to help Him bring others into His Sacred Heart. The Hermits of St. Giles of the Homebound glorify God through our prayers. We have so much to offer our beautiful Church. Even though we cannot be active members in our parishes we still can participate through our offerings. It is our sufferings that Christ Jesus wants from us. Christ gives our sufferings meaning. Through them others are brought closer to God. Through them God forgives the sins that others foolishly engage in. Many don’t care they are hurting God, but with our offerings they learn they are hurting God and learn to change their ways. So, you who are homebound and think you have no meaning in life, you do. Join the Hermits of St. Giles and help God change the world. Thank you and have a most blessed week. Love and prayers, Bro. Mark

About hermitsoftheholycross

The Hermits of the Holy Cross is a Contemplative Association for those who are permanently physically disabled and have become “home bound” to their local Church and are in need of continuous medical care. The Association of the Hermits of the Holy Cross is set-up in such a way that those who are ill and physically disabled can live out their monastic spirituality from their own home. We assist the Church and the world through our life of prayer and freely offering up our sufferings that stem from our disabilities. For the Hermits, our hermitage is within our heart and the Cross of Christ is life for us and for our world.
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