History of Sister Keri Burnor
I converted to Roman Catholicism when I was seventeen year old.
Shortly thereafter, I moved in the convent at St. Benedict Center, Still River Massachusetts in 1993.
I served God and the convent for six years before moving forward with my commitment to become a hermit-nun
in the Diocese of Worcester, Massachusetts.
During my eremitic formation I went to the St. Joseph's
Abbey in Spencer, Massachusetts and prayed at the wall separating lay chapel area from sanctuary of the Abbey Chapel every
day dedicating my life to eight and when possible ten hours of prayer a day.
Outside of prayer I would
strive to follow the Lord's teaching and work within my community. For more on my conversion story and the development of
my unique spirituality encompassing "Christ as Wall" which began at St. Joseph's Abbey please read "Alone Again"
by Mark J. Kelly by clicking onto:
Alone Again by Mark J. Kelly