Community of the Holy Cross


Community of the Holy Cross

The Community of the Holy Cross is an Anglican religious order founded in 1857 by Elizabeth Neale (sister of John Mason Neale), at the invitation of Fr. Charles Fuge Lowder, to work with the poor around St Peter's London Docks. The Community later felt drawn to follow the Rule of St Benedict, and moved to their convent to Rempstone near Loughborough.

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