As I understand things, this convent in England is in trouble and needs help.
Franciscan Sisters of the Immaculate in Cornwall.
A reader writes:
This convent once belonged to the Earl of Arundel. St. Cuthbert Mayne, one of the first martyr priests during the Reformation, used to celebrate Mass there, and his skull is kept there. It is a grade 1 (one) listed building, and the fear is that if it is sold, it will be converted to secular use.
As fare as I can tell, friends, these poor sisters haven’t set up a website or a way to take contributions online. It’s the snail mail for them, it seems, though there is some email address at the end of the video.