“Celtic” Spirituality

If you want to know about genuine Celtic Spirituality, check out the volume with that title in the Paulist Classics of Western Spirituality series, edited by Oliver Davies. It includes writings by and about Patrick and Brigit, Brendan’s Voyage, the Rule of Columbanus, various Irish and Welsh poems, selections from the Stowe Missal, various homilies, the life of Pelagius, a homily by John Scotus Eriugena, and more.

Or there’s Leslie Hardinge’s study, The Celtic Church in Britain.

But please, whatever you do, pay no attention to any of the liberal and New Age tripe that masquerades under the name, “Celtic Christianity.” They seek to mix their own imaginary version of pre-Roman Christianity with paganism.

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