Tag Archives: Celtic

Deep Peace Anglican Rosary

This is what I woke up to today–this song playing over and over again in my head.  What a wonderful way to wake up!  While making this rosary today, I knew it needed a special name.

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Irish Celtic Rosary with Shamrocks and St. Patrick Center

I have always bee fascinated with the legend of how St. Patrick used the shamrock to teach the ancient Irish about the Trinity–Three in One.  Lately, I have felt drawn to learn more about Celtic Christianity.  There is even something … Continue reading

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Quote from Beauty: The Invisible Embrace by John O’Donohue Graphics by prayer beads – share freely

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What is Beauty?

I have started reading a wonderful book called Beauty: The Invisible Embrace by John O’Donohue.  If you struggle with the purpose of beauty like I often do, I highly recommend this book.

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The Artist’s Rule: Nurturing Your Creative Soul with Monastic Wisdom

As an artist and someone who seeks to embrace a monastic way of life, I am very excited about this a new book, which has yet to be released by Christine Valters Paintner. The Artist’s Rule: Nurturing Your Creative Soul … Continue reading

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Two New Irish Penal Era Rosaries Just Listed

A Bit of History on the Irish Penal Rosary also called the ‘An Paidrin Beag’ or ‘Little Rosary’ The Irish Penal Chaplet was developed during the Penal Era in Ireland, which dates from about 1540-1731. At that time, the Church of … Continue reading

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