Tyburn Convent, London, England

 Tyburn Convent


In 1901 the young community of Mother Marie Adèle Garnier fled to England on account of the laws of France against religious Orders.  “On the mission not on exile” was the spirit that inspired them then.  They took possession of Tyburn Convent in London on 3 March, 1903; it was founded for the glorification of the Sacred Heart and of the English Martyrs, a work devoted to the conversion of the country which was known as an Island of Saints and Our Lady’s Dowry.  Mother Marie Adèle Garnier settled her new community at Tyburn, at the famous site of the martyrdom of more than 100 Catholic Reformation Martyrs.  This monastery is now the Mother House of her Congregation which has monasteries in England, Scotland, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, Peru, Ecuador, Colombia, Italy and France.  For more than a hundred years the Tyburn community has given the church and city a place of Perpetual Eucharistic Adoration.  It has as its special mission prayer for the people of England and Wales.

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