Stories of the Celtic Soul Friends: Their Meaning for Today

Stories of the Celtic Soul Friends Their Meaning for Today Edward C Sellner tells of the tradition of the Celtic anamchara or soul friend the loving mentor who promotes the spiritual growth of those he or she guides in his original and insightful Stories of

  • Title: Stories of the Celtic Soul Friends: Their Meaning for Today
  • Author: Edward C. Sellner
  • ISBN: 9780809141111
  • Page: 343
  • Format: Paperback
  • Edward C Sellner tells of the tradition of the Celtic anamchara or soul friend, the loving mentor who promotes the spiritual growth of those he or she guides, in his original and insightful Stories of the Celtic Soul Friends Here, punctuated by the stimulating stories of the four leaders of the early Celtic church St Patrick, St.Brigit, St Columcille and the relativelEdward C Sellner tells of the tradition of the Celtic anamchara or soul friend, the loving mentor who promotes the spiritual growth of those he or she guides, in his original and insightful Stories of the Celtic Soul Friends Here, punctuated by the stimulating stories of the four leaders of the early Celtic church St Patrick, St.Brigit, St Columcille and the relatively obscure St Colman of Land Ela the author traces, celebrates and demonstrates the tradition s immediacy to our own faith, lives, and work, holding Jesus as the perfect exemplar Mentors, teachers of religion, pastors, counselors, and anyone embarking upon a spiritual journey, should find this a beneficial, as well as invigorating, read A new twist on Celtic spirituality Along with the always popular St Patrick, this book introduces lesser known Celtic saints

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    1 thought on “Stories of the Celtic Soul Friends: Their Meaning for Today”

    1. Not for beginners. I expected more story, more Celtic uses and practices, and less theological abstraction. The final chapter, Colman of Land Ela, becomes a platform for broad ranging homilies on creativity, Jung, Joseph Campbell, nurturing, and hermaphrodites with incidental references to Colman's story.

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