S 85 Celtic Spirituality: Rhythm, Roots and Relationships (2003)


There is something peculiarly attractive about the Christianity of the early Celtic-speaking peoples. In a world that is drained and fragmented by materialism and rationalism, Celtic Christianity offers the hope of a natural and holistic faith.

Drawing on a wide range of resources and with questions for personal reflection, this overview offers a warm invitation to explore the riches of the Celtic tradition. Links to further resources can be found on the supporting web page accessible below.

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Author: Revd Ray Simpson

Ray trained at Nottingham and ministered in the Potteries and London before planting the pioneer ecumenical church at Bowthorpe, Norwich. He is now Guardian of the dispersed Community of Aidan and Hilda and principal tutor of its Celtic Christian Studies programme. He lives on the Holy Island of Lindisfarne near the Community's retreat house, The Open Gate.

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