These ordinary men and women pursuing God now called saint and in the Celtic tradition, “the ancient Celts believed the world was filled with ‘thin places,’ where a human could stick his head through into the heavenly realm.Miracles and wonders were more likely to occur in these places.” pg 194 Water from an ancient well, By Kenneth McIntosh, M.Div.
From the Acts of St. Brendan of Clonfert (best known for his voyages), a very long and thorough lorica (breastplate) prayer. It is similar to other better-known loricas like the Lorica of St. Patrick, but a lot longer!
Monday Night Live 08-13-07: The Celtic Influence on Christianity
A weekly Public Access interview show hosted by Keith Roe.
This Week’s guest is Rev. Douglas W. Vernon, Pastor of the First United Methodist Church of Kalamazoo, Michigan.
Christianity spread so rapidly across Northern Europe in part because Christian missionaries were able to travel on roads the pagan Romans built!