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The Open Gate: Celtic Prayers For Growing Spiritually

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A volume of resources for both personal daily prayer and corporate weekly worship. Written in the Celtic tradition, it is designed to stimulate spiritual formation and includes prayers of confession, adoration, intercession and thanksgiving, as well as a simple Celtic daily office.
Published September 15th 1994 by Not Avail
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David Adam is one of the best-loved figures in Celtic Spirituality. He also writes poetry and teaching material for churches. Living on Holy Island for thirteen years he has a special love for the saints of Iona and Lindisfarne. He now lives on land that was once given to St Cuthbert.

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