Translation of hermitage in Spanish:


ermita, n.

Pronunciation /ˈhərmədɪdʒ//ˈhəːmɪtɪdʒ/


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    ermita feminine
    • Nhat Hanh keeps an image of Jesus next to the Buddha on the altar in his hermitage in France where, in a place called Plum Village, he maintains a meditation center.
    • That extraordinary complex of shrines, churches, chapels and hermitages, hewn from the rock at Lalibela, were designed as an African mirror to Jerusalem.
    • Chapters are organized by major Franciscan currents: life in poverty; care of the lepers; the role of hermitages; the theology of the cross; and love for God's creation.
    • His Christian connection still strong, Steele would go on frequent meditation retreats at a Catholic hermitage in Big Sur, and, for a time, even considered joining the order.
    • We live like the ancient Irish hermits, in separate hermitages, welcome retreatants, and go on the road periodically to give parish missions and retreats.
    • In the course of her research Colegate, who is evidently well-travelled and well-read, has wandered both locally and exotically, fanning out from her own garden in Wiltshire where she restored an ancient hermitage.
    • On returning to Assisi, St. Francis now sought refuge at San Damiano, a quiet hermitage just below Assisi's walls.
    • This was a wonderful opportunity to visit the hermitage, view its splendid church and library and pray and reflect in the calm peace of a place close to god and nature with wonderful guidance and inspiration from the Monks themselves.
    • I am no otherworldly saint who leads a beautiful life of self-sacrifice and prayer in a secluded hermitage.
    • The loss of St. Thomas shone in the hermitage of his new home: Pontoise.
    • After seven years, he retires to a hermitage, and when he dies the grail, lance and dish go with him.
    • He died alone in the solitude of the Sahara Desert in his hermitage, as a quiet witness to Christ.
    • Erc taught him seafaring as well, for he had been a sea-bishop, taking the host to the outlying rocky hermitages, and knew the watery desert better than most.
    • The tent in the woods was his hermitage for that winter.
    • The most interesting tidbit about the saintly doctors Cosma and Damian is that there's a hermitage devoted to them where the church is famous for its phallic architecture.
    • The award recognized the challenges involved in the building project and its sympathetic approach to the hermitage, which provides a place for the hermit monks, both male and female to live a life of solitude.
    • Three months after his full ordination, he took the unusual step of going into a mountain hermitage on Mt. Hiei for an extended solitary retreat.
    • They chased one to the hermitage of Eskdaleside, near Whitby, where the hermit protected the exhausted boar and refused to hand it over.
    • There he built a small hermitage on Mount Chogye-san which he expanded to accommodate his growing community and it became known as Kilsang-sa and eventually Songgwang-sa.
    • In 1424 Jobard was still tenant, at the same rent, of what was described as a hermitage or chapel with garden.