Soulfaring: Celtic Pilgrimage Then and Now

Portada
Church Publishing Incorporated, 1 d’oct. 1999 - 256 pàgines
In the past few years pilgrimage-going to ancient holy sites in search of God-has become increasingly popular for people seeking to deepen their relationship with the Holy. Sister Cintra Pemberton seeks to enrich the experiences of today's pilgrims by helping them draw on the history of pilgrimage itself, as well as by suggesting particularly rich sites to visit. Part One of Soulfaring explores the history of pilgrimage, beginning in Celtic times, and moving through the early Christian period, the Middle Ages, and even the revival of pilgrimage today. Part Two explores fifteen sites in Wales, Ireland, Scotland, and the Isle of Man. Each of the descriptions of the various sites includes not only suggestions of what may be seen there, but the author's personal meditations on the experience of the Holy in each place.

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This was my favorite read on Celtic spirituality over the past year. It’s a look at journeying and pilgrimage, both for the early Celtic Christians and also for us today. As fascinated as I am these ... Llegeix la ressenya completa

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Sobre l'autor (1999)

Pemberton is a member of the Episcopal Order of St. Helena. She regularly leads retreats and workshops in Celtic spirituality and has been leading pilgrimage trips to Ireland, Scotland, Wales, and the Isle of Man.

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