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Welcome to our website

Welcome to our website.

Many of us today are feeling the need for a spiritual life – though this does not necessarily mean religious in the traditional sense, but a way to be in touch with the part in us that may be referred to as humanity, love, spirituality, a sense of being part of a whole; a part of our lives that is so fundamental that it cannot be claimed as any one’s idea, because it belongs to all of us.

We hope that our website may provide inspiration and an uplifting spiritual view of life that is sometimes difficult to find in a world of material distractions, disillusion and religious contradictions. We have included some creative expressions of some of our members through images and words which we hope you will find helpful.

It is our intention and hope that you may find something that will inspire you, uplift you and bring nourishment to you in your spiritual life.


Responses to “Welcome to our website”

  1. steve Godlewski January 24th, 2013 - 21:59

    Nice job-see if you can set up a link with Facebook and other social media sites so we can share the site with our friends.

  2. Thought for the day June 24th, 2013 - 18:45

    “When people are suffering in the body, it is natural they should be anxious to be helped. And it is right. They should have healing. For there is Divine Healing for all. If it be something superficial or some organic troubles, the healing may be immediate. If of a vital organic nature, then something else must be restored first, it is the Will.”

    Herald of The Cross 25, p. 9

  3. It so lovely to have found a society which believes exactly the same as me! My husband and I go to Mass because for us it means so much more than just Jesus’death on the cross,for us it is the elevation of the soul and the embracing of the whole of creation. Thank you for your society and bless the work you do.

  4. Around 45 years ago my parents went to meetings run by Jean Thompson in Didsbury, Manchester, UK. As a child I remember the very compassionate, calming atmosphere which was good! I stumbled on this website, and as a retired photographer I just wanted to say how very impressed I was at the excellent photos in your gallery!!! We all observe picturesque views and landscapes around us – but it takes considerable talent to frame it, and capture the shot in such an appealing way. Well done!!!

  5. Nandini Grace Bishop June 18th, 2014 - 12:21

    Some time ago, in a second-hand bookshop in Glastonbury, I came across The Logia and several other books pertaining to The Order of the Cross. I immediately bought them! As a child, I was taken with my parents every Friday evening to meetings in different peoples’ home. As children, we all got along very nicely together. Even our doctors were members. We were vegetarian as a family, (I still am) and were members of the Vegetarian Society in Gloucester. This is back in the ’50’s. I am so happy to reconnect again with a living ‘Society’.

  6. william Yeager March 19th, 2015 - 06:12

    A spiritually enlightened web-site with the true teaching of “truth within”, 5 comments…that is why ‘many are called but few are chosen’. A sad state of todays humanity due to todays media, and pop culture. Very difficult to actually live a life of “truth”; the road is extremely narrow, and most chose the easy way, thank you for putting this information here for the few, it gives us hope, keep fighting the good fight.

  7. Charles Akomeah January 6th, 2017 - 16:16

    Being a member of The Order, I have always considered the teachings as the greatest blessing to happen to mankind. The deep nature of information that has come thru Rev. Ferries serves as a key to RECONNECT mankind again to God. Our prayer is how such information will eventually be known to mankind.vv

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