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Celtic Prayer and Devotional Reading

Books about Celtic prayer, books of prayers, and devotional reading - all from the Celtic Christian perspective. We hope you find something here that will encourage you, inspire you, and facilitate your communion with God.

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A Celtic Primer
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A Celtic Primer: The Complete Celtic Worship Resource and Collection
by Brendan O'Malley


Drawn from a wide range of biblical, ancient, and contemporary sources, A Celtic Primer is the most complete Celtic worship resource available. With its unique blend of materials, this collection offers something both authentically traditional and radically new. The celebration of the work of God in creation and redemption is the theme woven throughout the writing, and it resonates deeply with the contemporary search for a sense of transcendence in daily life.
Celtic Way of Prayer
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The Celtic Way of Prayer
by Esther de Waal


From the book description, "Esther de Waal introduces readers to monastic prayer and praise (the foundation stone of Celtic Christianity), early Irish litanies, medieval Welsh praise poems, and the wealth of blessings derived from an oral tradition that made prayer a part of daily life ... readers enter a world in which ritual and rhythm, nature and seasons, images and symbols play an essential role. A welcome contrast to modern worship, Celtic prayer is liberating and, like a living spring, forever fresh." Well said.
Celtic Benediction
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Celtic Benediction: Morning and Night Prayer
by J. Philip Newell


Illustrated with color panels from the Lindisfarne gospels, this beautiful book offers daily morning and evening prayers and scripture readings, based on a weekly cycle of the seven days of creation and reverence for the natural world found in Celtic tradition. These are brief devotionals, meant to help you focus on God as you start and end your day.
Celtic Prayers from Iona
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Celtic Prayers from Iona
by J. Philip Newell


This collection of psalms and readings is based on the liturgy of the Iona Community. Founded by St. Columba in the 6th century, Iona has been revitalized as a vibrant lay ecumenical ministry in modern times. Has readings for an entire year, Mondays through Saturdays.
Holy Companions
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Holy Companions: Spiritual Practices from the Celtic Saints
by Mary C. Earle, Sylvia Maddox


The Celtic tradition continues to captivate readers. Centuries old, it seems to speak to the modern world with a fresh voice. In Holy Companions, readers are invited to get to know and journey with eighteen Celtic saints. The authors have provided a theme inspired by each saint, along with a brief biography, a reflection on what the saint's life and words may mean to us today, and some spiritual exercises and practices that grow out of that life and work. Written accessibly, this is an excellent book for individual exploration or group study.
Celtic Daily Prayer
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Celtic Daily Prayer: Prayers and Readings From the Northumbria Community

The Northumbria Community continues it's centuries-old path in keeping the traditional Celtic faith. This hefty (over 800 pages) collection includes ancient prayers and modern meditations, centered around the daily office (morning, midday, evening, and night) and provides readings for two whole years. A spiritual treasure.
Glenstal Book of Prayer
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The Glenstal Book of Prayer: A Benedictine Prayer Book by The Monks of Glenstal Abbey

Each day has its prayers, psalm, scripture, including readings for Holy Days and pages of familiar prayers. The prayers are given in English and Irish, with a calendar of Holy Days also included. Glenstal Abbey is located in County Limerick, in southwest Ireland. While Roman Catholic, the hospitality and easy good cheer of Ireland shines through this book.
Carmina Gadelica
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Carmina Gadelica: Hymns and Incantations
compiled by Alexander Carmichael


Carmichael traveled throughout the Scottish Highlands and the Hebrides in the 19th century, collecting these prayers and chants while there was still time. An incredible look into the living spirituality of the highlanders before the changes of the 20th century, and a rich source of inspiration for our own devotional lives. In English, translated from the Gaelic.

Visit the wonderful website of the Northumbria Community - they have provided their Daily Prayers for everyone to participate.