A Celtic Eucharist

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Brendan O'Malley
Morehouse Pub., Jan 1, 2002 - Religion - 48 pages
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Presents a unique contemporary Eucharist that remains similar to the liturgy celebrated in a Celi De community in the early ninth century. Following the classic shape of the Eucharist--Entrance, The Ministry of the Word, The Peace, The Offertory, The Holy Communion, and the Dismissal--this service draws together texts from Scripture, mainstream Irish, Scottish, and Welsh traditions, and contemporary Celtic spirituality to create a remarkably original service that encourages fresh appreciation of the Eucharist. Easily adaptable to formal or informal settings, this book can be used inconjunction with modern lectionary cycles.

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Brendan O'Malley is Foreign Editor of the "Times Educational Supplement,"
Ian Craig is Political Editor of the "Manchester Evening News,"

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