Celtic Daily Prayer: Prayers and Readings From the Northumbria Community
The Ancient Paths of Northumbria in northeastern England have been trod by generations of men and women who loved God and followed Jesus, bringing faith, hope, and love to vast numbers of people. Today, the Northumbria Community remains a living expression of this monastic, contemplative stream of the faith, and the perennial need to make that faith relevant to the world.
1. Simplicity: Yes, there are old and perhaps better prayer books (I'm tipping my hat to my battered copy of the Book of Common Prayer even as I type this), but in my experience these resources can prove a bit daunting to the beginner. With it's three daily offices and two accompanying sets of readings, CD...more
Some thoughts to reflect on are but a single line eg "Any experiment that can benefit by one hairbreadth any single human life is a thousand times w...more
I went through both years of readings (for the most part, missed some days here and there of course), found this a wonderful devotional book. I am looking forward to using St. Brigid's blessing for a new home from this book when I move next month. Even though I am no long...more