The voyage of faith, the practice of some of the Celtic missionaries was to set sail without oars or rudder and see where they were washed up and then start a Christian community. A free spirit, like a wild goose, which is the symbol of the Holy Spirit in Celtic spirituality. The Spirit is like … Continue reading The Celtic Way
Those who want to go to Scotland or UK, and have an interest in Celtic Christian Spirituality. Before the Pilgrimage to the UK, a stepping stone could be a long weekend at Columcille Megalith Park,PA. Accommodation at Kirkridge. This is not a prerequisite it can be a stand alone experience, for anyone who wants an … Continue reading Musings about the next Pilgrimage
https://youtu.be/XnMC6xAHTsY?fbclid=IwAR1UcCX79nbg_-nm-LQgmaPsUKCWAvLGCnnknvOztM9S4VwzvQhQnIBwokI Evan McElfresh one of the group, produced this wonderful digital presentation of the Pilgrimage highlights. The Pilgrimage began a year and a half before we actually went on the journey to Scotland, where we were assimilated into the culture by starting in Edinburgh. We then went onto the Scottish Borders Scots View and Wallace Statue … Continue reading The Celtic Pilgrimage June/July, 2019.
This looks to have turned out well, resonating with me so much, putting visually, and with a spoken narrative what I would like to have said myself. I hope this will unlock a new awareness for people about Celtic Christian Spirituality. CELTIC PILGRIMAGE does what I want to articulate, communicating what I want to express … Continue reading An Epic Experience That Must be Seen!
Steppingstones on the Celtic Way Mark Condy's Thoughts for further insight for those who are interested. https://markscelticchristianspirituality.com/retreat-signature-focus/ Possibly use my book as a spiritual reflection tool http://www.lulu.com/shop/mark-condy/a-journey-with-the-celtic-cross/paperback/product-22947957.html or the booklet/workbook I'm presently writing. For some reading options here is a link of suggestions: PDF: Book Recommendation *The Condy Family stay to visit family and go to … Continue reading A Celtic Pilgrimage to Lindisfarne and beyond.
I'm in a Celtic Christian Facebook community, a person in the group asked about the Celtic Cross. How did the Celtic Cross come to be? Looking at a couple of books I had and some web searching. It has been very interesting to discover the different thoughts with regard to how the Celtic cross came … Continue reading The Celtic Cross
What would be the church of God's dreams?
Adrift for God or drifting away from God. Drifting toward love or away from love. It is like in a coracle at the mercy of the water, and the leading of the Holy Spirit. But it is the heart condition that leads our choices also. The cry of the heart, crying out here I am, … Continue reading Adrift for God
Keith Duke has developed a musical language that has its roots in Celtic music and the ancient chants, yet speaks too in the voice of the twenty-first century. He has worked for many years with the priest-poet of Lindisfarne, Source: Sacred Dance CD, 656172012329, 1490179, Keith Duke, kevin Mayhew Ltd - Kevin Mayhew
I stumbled across the Caim prayer a few weeks ago and had not heard about this protective prayer and practice. I loved the thought of evoking the blessing of the Trinity over my circle of friends and family, and have started praying protection around my family and friends. The following devotion by Ray Simpson talked … Continue reading Caim Prayer