Our Rule of Life requires us to live a poor and simple life and that all things be held in common
in our monastic family. We all share responsibility for the collective poverty of the community
and are concerned with its economic affairs in the measure required. Thus, while living
frugally taking care of everything we use and recycling almost everything, making goods for sale,
and offering hospitality we generate a small income on which to live. In addition, our friends and
benefactors generously support us and share in our mission of prayer, eucharistic adoration and
reparation; and receive many blessings as the fruit of their generosity.
Thank you for generously supporting our Mission Foundations.
Tyburn Monastère du Cœur Eucharistique de Jésus in St Loup, France was founded in response to the invitation of Bishop Philippe Gueneley of the Langres diocese. He wanted a contemplative community to come and develop a centre for prayer and hospitality in a large Convent in St Loup, 28 kilometres away from Grancey-le-Château, the birthplace of our Mother Foundress. The new Tyburn community was installed on 29th September, 2013, 112 years after our first Mothers fled to England in 1901 on account of the laws of France against religious Orders.
“Spurred on by zeal to call all nations to the kingdom of Jesus Christ, each monastery is dedicated by prayer and penance to labour for the ‘coming of the kingdom’ in the country where it is established.”
– Statement of Charism of the Adorers of the Sacred Heart of Jesus of Montmartre OSB
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