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While I have made significant progress in my ‘taking the habit’ journey, today I want to share some revelation I’ve had regarding another part of my calling. Taking the discipline of the Hours, (also known as the Daily Office), was part of my monastic journey I tried to jump into right away.  Early research informed […]

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I’ve been on a Celtic Christian-based monastic path since 2011.  Shortly after stumbling across this Trinity-centric, wonderfully earthy, and at the same time mystical expression of the Christian faith, I was hooked. Never ‘fitting right’ in regular church, I am still astonished that there exists a way of faith so utterly in line with who […]

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Following the Unicorn

“You’re a Mystery Like poetry Like a parable, A rhyme or a riddle. You’re a mystery wrapped in a cloud shouting so loud waiting to be discovered You’re a mystery And I want to waste my life and search You out, search You out.”   ~Misty Edwards I’ve hesitated to share more of my own […]

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Recent inquiries have shown that it is not as obvious as we would like that women, equally with men, are welcome in the Christian Mystic Order of Viriditas as Monks of Viriditas.  Women in spiritual vocations, including leadership roles guiding both men and women, was a normal way of being in early Celtic Christianity. In […]

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It’s no secret that the Celtic Christian worldview is a joy to me.  I have by no means fully integrated it as my own, but I get a little nearer every day.  I believe it could be a blessing to many others as well.  This worldview is inclusive and can be embraced by Christians from […]

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I purchased this book from a Storytelling motivation.  Brendan’s Voyage is a wonderful story, told by my favourite Monk and Bard, Columba, and I wanted to see if it was something I could or would want to tell or adapt for telling as part of my repertoire. I got a lot more than I bargained for, but […]

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My entire adult life I have sought to understand and apprehend the concept of oneness with Christ, of abiding in him, and to apply these concepts to my daily life. I studied the Practice of the Presence of God by Brother Lawrence,  Like Christ by Andrew Murray and many others before discovering in Celtic Christianity […]

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