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Northern Catholicism and Celtic Catholicism

This comment just came in from Stephen K in Australia following my posts Northern Catholicism, Celtic Christianity and Celtic Christianity Revisited: I thought yours a wonderfully concise summary of the differences between Northern and Southern Catholicism, Father. What I want to know … Continue reading

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Celtic Christianity Revisited

It was about eight months ago that I wrote the posting Celtic Christianity. I gave a brief historical sketch about this branch of Christianity which is largely lost in the mists of time. Like Eastern Orthodoxy, the Celtic Church was more … Continue reading

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Esoteric Christianity

For many years, I have accepted that there is an esoteric or “gnostic” * element of Christianity. Like anything, esoterism can be taken to excesses and balance is lost. There have to be two opposing forces like a sailing boat … Continue reading

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Celtic Christianity

Celtic Christianity falls into two clear categories: historical and modern revival attempts.The Celts are the peoples of Ireland, Scotland, Wales, parts of England and Brittany. The Celtic Church was unique to these peoples, and is reputed to be one of … Continue reading

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