Every Earthly Blessing: Rediscovering the Celtic Tradition

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Church Publishing, Inc., Jul 1, 1999 - History - 145 pages
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This concise and clear introduction to Celtic spirituality provides an overview of all aspects of Celtic understandings. By providing readers not only with a narrative, but with the poetry and songs of the ancient Celts, she explores Celtic views of pilgrimage, solitude, creation, and healing. De Waal also looks at their understanding of core Christian concepts, such as sin, sorrow, salvation, and the cross. Written accessibly, this book is excellent for parish study as well as individual reading.
  

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An amazing journey through the history and traditions of Celtic spirituality. Read full review

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A helpful introduction to Celtic Christianity, which offers some reminders about dimensions of our own spiritual legacy that might bear retrieving. Read full review

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Contents

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V
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VI
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VII
55
VIII
71
IX
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X
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XI
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XII
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XIII
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XIV
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XV
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About the author (1999)

She is an Anglican lay woman, married with four sons and a number of grandchildren. She lives on the Welsh Borders where she grew up and spends her time gardening, writing, traveling and taking retreats.

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