Hermit of Saint Bruno (Not a Carthusian but a Catholic Priest-Hermit) at St. Mary’s Hermitage - Nr. Canterbury, Kent.
This site is administered by diocesan administrators - the Hermit of Saint Bruno whilst being the main contributor of this site does not have access to emails, internet or telephone to the outside world.
Catholic Hermits are dedicated to God in consecrated life and generally live their lives in prayer-focused-contemplation and work, some, like the hermit of Saint Bruno, sequester themselves entirely from society and do not engage with the outside world in its most literal sense. Through the inspiration of the Holy Spirit, the hermits set themselves apart form society in order to live with God Alone, thus having little or no contact with others.
We would therefore hope that visitors to this website will not only understand this Hermit's withdrawal from the world but also respect the life he has chosen in solitude and prayer to which he has devoted his life, for the praise of God and for the salvation of the world through a stricter separation from the world, the silence of solitude and assiduous prayer and penance. (CIC, can. 603 §1)