O Honored Father: Theater Of The Voyage Of Holy Abbot Brendan

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WestBow Press, Jun 6, 2012 - History - 330 pages
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For fifteen hundred years, popular audiences have loved tales of the Brendan voyage and have turned to them for inspiration. Never have their gentleness, intimacy with nature, amusement, and redemptive themes been more relevant than today. This fresh version of a Christian classic recaptures long-forgotten poetry, history, and drama in this sixth-century Irish voyage to the New World. Take a deck chair and cruise the mysterious Dark Ages from Palestine to Labrador with St. Brendan.

 

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Contents

The Voyage Of Holy Abbot Brendan
Preparation
Guides Isle
Paradise OfBirds
Seductive Waters
Isle Of RainAnd Sleet
SeeThrough
Judas
Paradise
Abbots
Water
Royal Pascha
Sleet And Rain
Choirs
Birds
Fish

Paul The Hermit
Land Promised Gods
A New Aeneas
Preparation
Hall Of Rest
Sheep
Map Of Heaven And Hell
Judas
Paul
Promised Land
Endnotes
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