2nd February 2021
Notification Letter for change Email Address
Dear guests and friends,
I have recently changed my email address as I could not access the previous
one due to security issues. I tried to recover it, but all the efforts went in vain.
My new email address is email@example.com and I would like
you to kindly change it as soon as possible so I do not miss out on more emails.
Also, as I lost my account on November 2020, so I request you to kindly resend
me the emails sent after this time on my new email address so I can catch up
with the missed work.
I would be very thankful to you.
B. Adam OCSO
Guestmaster of Mount Saint Bernard Abbey
2nd January 2021
The Gift Shop is now closed until further notice, we are sorry to say.
24th December 2020
There is no Midnight Mass for the public being held at the abbey this year, we are sorry to say.
15th December 2020
Tynt Meadow giftsets and glasses now available online!
Free delivery (12.5 miles) on orders over £30
Orders under £30 incur a £2.50 delivery charge
Last orders before Christmas on 22nd, delivery on 23rd
3rd November 2020
The Gift Shop is now open to the public.
20th November 2020
5th November 2020
4th November 2020
2nd November 2020
The shop will closed from Thursday 5th November until 2nd December.
15th October 2020
The gift shop will closed on this day between 10.45am and 12.45am
5th September 2020
The Abbey Shop will be CLOSED from 12:00 – 14:30*
For the following dates:
Friday 11 September
Saturday 12 September
Monday 14 September
*Normal opening and closing time not affected.
20th June 2020
The shop is now open. All are welcome.
24th March 2020
Due to the government’s advice, confirmed by our bishop, our church will now remain closed until further notice and the daily confessions will be suspended. Pope Francis gave this advice on 20th March for those unable to go to confession: “But many people today would tell me, ‘Father, where can I find a priest, a confessor, because I can’t leave the house? And I want to make peace with the Lord, I want him to embrace me, I want the Father’s embrace.'”
The pope said his response would be, “Do what the Catechism (of the Catholic Church) says. It is very clear: If you cannot find a priest to confess to, speak directly with God, your father, and tell him the truth. Say, ‘Lord, I did this, this, this. Forgive me,’ and ask for pardon with all your heart.”
Make an act of contrition, the pope said, and promise God, “‘I will go to confession afterward, but forgive me now.’ And immediately you will return to a state of grace with God.”
The Catechism of the Catholic Church, N. 1452, says: “When it arises from a love by which God is loved above all else, contrition is called ‘perfect’ — contrition of charity. Such contrition remits venial sins; it also obtains forgiveness of mortal sins if it includes the firm resolution to have recourse to sacramental confession as soon as possible.”
“As the catechism teaches,” Francis said, “you can draw near to God’s forgiveness without having a priest at hand. Think about it. This is the moment.”
24th March 2020
In accordance with the government’s instructions our shop is now closed. We thank all our customers for their support and friendship and look forward to seeing you again once the restrictions are lifted.
23rd February 2020
Berhan Shekan is clothed and receives the name Br David. Please pray for his perseverance.
22nd January 2020
Fr Joseph Delargy has been elected abbot of our monastery. We ask for the prayers of all our visitors.
1st October 2019
Announcing the appointment of Dom Erik Varden Abbot of Mount St Bernard Abbey to the position of bishop-prelate of Trondheim, Norway, to take effect on 1st November.
Dom Erik announced his appointment during our community meeting this morning. The community are very sad at losing their abbot but wish him well in his new position.
5th March 2019
Br Robert’s First Profession of Vows
Daily Confession is extended beyond the Year of Mercy
Sacrament of Reconciliation (Confession) available in the public church every day between 2.30pm and 3.00pm. Come and take advantage of the Lord’s forgiving mercy! This is an extension of our practice during the Year of Mercy due to popular request.