This is the order of the presentations found on the Community of Aidan and Hilda’s website. I was adding them and watching but didn’t know the order, copied the order and discovered I had the links.
- Waymark 1: Lifelong Learning
- Waymark 2: Soul Friendship, Retreats and Pilgrimage
- Waymark 3: Rhythm of Prayer, Work and Recreation
- Waymark 4: The Struggle Against Evil
- Waymark 5: Simple, Sustaining Lifestyle
- Waymark 6: Care for Creation
- Waymark 7: Lives and Land
- Waymark 8: Listening to the Spirit
- Waymark 9: Weaving Community
- Waymark 10: Sharing Jesus and Justice
David Cole Waymark Ministries
Doug Harris is in conversation with John ‘JT’ Tancock about Celtic Christianity. This program was first broadcast on Simply the Truth, Revelation TV, Tuesday 3 July 2012
Dr Esther de Waal has a worldwide reputation as a writer, speaker and retreat leader, particularly on Celtic and monastic spirituality. Her numerous books include The Celtic Way of Prayer: The Recovery of the Religious Imagination (new edition 2010); Living on the Border: Connecting Inner and Outer Worlds (2011); Seeking God (1984), and Lost in Wonder: Rediscovering the Spiritual Art of Attentiveness (2003).
Documentary in which Dan Snow blows the lid on the traditional Anglo-centric view of history and reveals (in part 2 of 2) how the Irish saved Britain from cultural oblivion during the Dark Ages of 400-800AD. Traveling back in time to some of the remotest corners of the British Isles, Dan unravels the mystery of the lost years of 400-800 AD, when the collapse of the Roman Empire left Britain in tatters.
Neil Oliver goes on a journey to reveal the sacred face of Britain, an ancient landscape of belief and ritual that still lies hidden just below the surface of our modern world.
Celtic Culture & the Church in P.E.I.
Sermon in Stone snippet – George MacLeod – thie Iona Community
Buy the DVD at http://www.ionabooks.com/sermon-in-st…
St Cuthbert Way
Historian Dr Janina Ramirez unlocks the secrets of a centuries-old masterpiece in glass. At 78 feet in height, the famous East Window at York
SWOON GOOSE – Lindisfarne Gospels
The Lindisfarne Gospels Prt1
The Lindisfarne Gospels Prt2
Book of Kells ~ Part 1 Documentary
Book of Kells ~ Part 2 Documentary
Book of Kells ~ Part 3 Documentary
Book of Kells ~ Part 4 Documentary
Book of Kells ~ Part 5 Documentary
Book of Kells ~ Part 6 Documentary
Book of Kells ~ Part 7 Documentary Final
The Role of Women in Celtic Society
An excerpt from RTE’s Secret of the Stones documentary giving an overview of the ‘Lost City of Clonmacnoise’, Ireland first city and an important early Christian settlement at the crossroads of Ireland where the Eiscor Riada meets the Shannon.
Alan Ford and Thomas O’Loughlin, both professors in Nottingham, discuss the current interest in ‘Celtic Christianity’ and how what is imagined as the form of Christianity in the British Isles in some far-distant past may tell us more about today’s desires that about the early middle ages.
There are many areas and questions I want to try and address personally or through links from other people’s websites.
What is Celtic Christian Spirituality?
What are the benefits of Celtic Christian Spirituality for you as a person?
Who are the key Celtic saints, the figures that give an example to live by, who have enhanced and made an impact on society because of their beliefs and lifestyle?
What are the nuggets of truth, wisdom, from Celtic Christian Spirituality that are helpful and inspirational?
What is the benefit?
What difference can it make in the Church, how can Celtic Christian Spirituality benefit the church?
I will attempt over the next few months and year to try and answer some of these questions. I’m a fellow pilgrim on a journey of discovery and don’t claim to be an expert. I will add my findings, and also videos, and other links to helpful sites that I find as a research.
Please contribute by making suggestions by forwarding links regarding items of interest to me by e-mail. firstname.lastname@example.org
I would appreciate any input and will make changes that can be beneficial for all on the subject of Celtic Christian Spirituality. Most of all may we be drawing nearer to God through what we encounter in the journey.