FROM THE HERMIT'S HUT BY MARY-CONSTANCE

BOOK ONE - HOME-SPUN HERMIT

"No man can hinder our private addresses to God; every man can build a chapel in his breast, himself the priest, his heart the sacrifice, and the earth he treads on the altar."--Jeremy Taylor


Chapter One: The Calling and Calling and Calling

Contents: An Overview of Who and What a Hermit is - the Calling to the Solitary Life of Prayer and Contemplation - the Joy of Serving God in this Lifestyle. Nine Poems


Chapter Three: Can Ordinary People be Hermits?

Contents: The True Ordinariness of the Soul Seeking God as He Commanded Us to Seek Him in the Two Greatest Commandments. Nine Poems


Chapter Four: Who are the Hermits at Heart of Divine Love and Mercy?

Contents: The History, Rule of Gospel Love and the Commentary on the Rule of the Hermits at Heart


AN INVITATION TO THOSE WHO ARE INTERESTED IN BECOMING A HERMIT AT HEART OF DIVINE LOVE AND MERCY

Chapter 1, "From the Hermit's Hut," by Mary-Constance


Mary-Constance's "Letter from the Field," July 2005, telling of her first year founding "La Casa Del Abrazo De Dios," "The House of God's Embrace," a home to temporarily feed, house, and wash the poor and homeless and HIV-afflicted in Cuernavaca, Mexico. This home is funded only by her social security check, and love gifts from friends and family.

"Letter from the Field," from Mary-Constance, Hermit & Missionary in Cuernavaca, Mexico


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