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Carmina gadelica: hymns and incantations with illustrative notes on words, rites, and customs dying and obsolete

by Carmichael, Alexander, 1832-1912. ed. and trWatson, Elizabeth Catherine CarmichaelWatson, James CarmichaelMatheson, Angus, 1912-1962

Published 1928

Usage Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 2.5 UK: Scotland

Topics Hymns, Scottish Gaelic


St. Columba


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John Scotus Eriugena was born and raised in Ireland during the early ninth century. Neither monk nor priest but a “holy sage,” he carried to France the flower of Celtic Christianity. His homily, The Voice of the Eagle, is a jewel of lyrical mysticism, theology, and cosmology, containing the essence of Celtic Christian wisdom. He meditates on the meaning and purpose of creation as revealed by the Word made flesh, distilling into twenty-three short chapters a uniquely Celtic, non-dualistic fusion of Christianity, Platonism, and ancient Irish wisdom. The translator’s “Reflections” make up the second half of this book and attempt to unfold some of the life-giving meaning implicit in Eriugena’s luminous sentences. Inspired both by a personal search for a living Christianity and by a sense of the continuity of Western culture, these “Reflections” offer a contemporary, meditative encounter with the Word, or Logos, as mediated by both St. John’s Prologue and Eriugena’s Celtic homily. This favorite of Celtic Christianity, unavailable for several years, has been revised and includes a new introduction by Thomas Moore, author of Care of the Soul and The Soul of Sex.(less) From Goodreads

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