Celtic spirituality

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 David Adam

The Eye of the Eagle
David Adam

The Celtic hymn, “Be Thou My Vision,” is still popular after 12 centuries because of its vivid response to our deep human need for God. David Adam takes the reader through this hymn, seeking to discover the spiritual riches that are hidden in all our lives.

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 David Adam

Border Lands
David Adam

The Best of David Adam’s Celtic vision. This is a compilation of four of his most popular books and includes prayers, meditations and Celtic art.

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 Ray Simpson

Exploring Celtic Spirituality
Ray Simpson

The chapters of this book feature different aspects of Celtic spirituality, including cherishing the earth, contemplative prayer and the healing of society. There are prayers and responses at the end of each chapter.

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 Ray Simpson

Celtic Blessings
Ray Simpson

How many of us have whispered an improptu prayer to our computer, begging it not to crash? Celtic Blessings reveals that such actions are part of an ancient and sacred ritual.

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 Diana Leatham

They Built on Rock
Diana Leatham

This book tells the stories of the Celtic saints who maintained their faith during the Dark Ages. The people profiled include: St Cuthbert, St Ninian, St David and St Columba.

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 Martin Wallace

The Celtic Resource Book
Martin Wallace

The whole breadth of Celtic Christianity is spanned here – from liturgies and prayers and the stories of Celtic saints, through to Celtic art. The book includes liturgies for different times of the day, for use at home or in larger groups.


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Early Christianity in Celtic lands had a more natural, less imperial feel than it did elsewhere and it’s spirituality is reviving today. Read here about its history, themes, places and prayers.

This has a strong sense of God’s presence in creation and in everyday life, celebrates God through all the senses, releases creativity, respects both women’s and men’s gifts and values contemplation.

Ray Simpson lives and works on Holy Island in Northumbria. He is the author of Exploring Celtic Spirituality and Celtic Blessings. Our thanks go to him for his contribution to this module.

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