Community Publications and Icons
What's in a Name?
A revised edition of the Community history written by Sister Constance CHN (RIP). Completely updated it provides a fascinating account of the origins, work and growth of CHN through the years.
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A Simplified Life
What makes a young, Cambridge educated woman first join a religious order and then, if that were not demanding enough, seek a hermit vocation, literally on the edge of the world with only a simple hut as protection against Atlantic winds and storms? For more than forty years Sr Verena lived a solitary life at the tip of the Lleyn Peninsula, looking out across the sea to Bardsey, Wales' island of saints. For her, this narrow straitened place became a mirror of the whole of creation and the material poverty of her life became a means to 'having nothing yet possessing all things' in the words of St Paul
To order directly from Canterbury Press please click on the link.
The Jesus Prayer - Gospel Soundings
Sister Pauline Margaret CHN provides wise guidance in the practice of the Jesus Prayer, or the invocation of the name of Jesus in prayer. She draws on the tradition of the gospels and on her own experience of using this prayer and of sharing her insights in retreats, prayer workshops and quiet days.
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Stations of the Cross
Stations of the Cross is a beautifully illustrated booklet of the stations that hang in the CHN chapel which where created by Sister Theresa Margaret CHN.
Available directly from the Convent
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There are a small number of Sister Theresa Margaret's small icons for sale.
These are examples of her work.
Prices are from £50 upwards.
Sister Theresa Margaret will also consider commission work.
Please apply to the main convent for more information.