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Monthly Archive for July, 2014

  For insight in developing a Prayer rhythm, I encourage all monks to visit the Refectorium and check on a discussion in Fireside Fellowship called “August Approaches”.   Check out what other monks are doing  as part of their daily prayer, and share your own methods and struggles. Consistency can be difficult to develop.  While […]

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Peregrinatio

The Celtic way of pilgrimage “Peregrinatio pro Christo” (Exile for Christ) was usually not about reaching a destination the way most pilgrimages are, but recognising the external  journey itself as a means of progressing on one’s internal journey, the only real destination of which is to reach “the place of our resurrection” when we leave […]

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A Prayer of Comfort

Some of you may know that my Dad went to his eternal Home at the end of May. My godmother sent me the following lovely poem as a comfort, and it blessed me so I thought I would share.  Reading it from the Celtic  Christian paradigm that all of Creation is infused with and sustained […]

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Quick quote

“The Celt was very much a God-intoxicated person whose life was embraced on all sides by the divine Being.” ~John Mcquarrie

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