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.
On returning to Assisi, St. Francis now sought refuge at San Damiano, a quiet hermitage just below Assisi's walls.
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 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 .
The tent in the woods was his hermitage for that winter.
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.
I am no otherworldly saint who leads a beautiful life of self-sacrifice and prayer in a secluded hermitage .
In 1424 Jobard was still tenant, at the same rent, of what was described as a hermitage or chapel with garden.
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.
They chased one to the hermitage of Eskdaleside, near Whitby, where the hermit protected the exhausted boar and refused to hand it over.