Discovering Celtic Christianity is perfect for those who wish to combine deepening their spiritual life with travel in a pilgrimage journey. It brings to life through exciting narrative the Celtic saints and illustrates the sites where Celtic Christianity blossomed. Learn more about the Celtic Way and how such people as Ninian and Columba in Scotland; Pelagius and David in Wales; Patrick, Brigid, Ciaran, and Kevin in Ireland; and Aidan, Hilda, Cuthbert and Bede in Northern England practiced it. Find out how people today have received great spiritual inspiration from these people and places and have discovered the relevance of the Celtic Way in their own lives. Discovering Celtic Christianity may mark the beginning of an exciting lifelong journey for those with the courage to follow these pioneers.
|Publisher:||Bruce Reed Pullen|
|File size:||1 MB|
|Age Range:||18 Years|
About the Author
Dr. Bruce Pullen holds degrees from Rutgers University, Colgate Rochester Divinity School, Princeton Theological Seminary. and Palmer Theological Seminary. He has served parishes in Hopewell, New Jersey; Burlington, Iowa; Alton, Illinois; Westfield, Massachusetts; Williamstown, Massachusetts; New London, New Hampshire; Wyben, Massachusetts; and Warrenville, Illinois. Dr. Pullen was born in Princeton, New Jersey and ordained nearby in 1970. Judith and Bruce Pullen have been married for over fifty years. The Pullens now live in Elgin, Illinois. Dr. Pullen's hobbies include: travel, photography; classical music; and model railroading. He first joined Rotary International in the 1960's. One of its goals is to eradicate polio.