Fr. John-Julian, OJN

Paraclete Press, 2009

This is the first book which includes all of Julian of Norwich's writing in modern English and which puts her life and works in context.  Fr. John-Julian has a knowlegeable yet accessible perspective on Juilan's life and the contemporary setting.

J. Philip Newell

Jossey-Bass, 2008

Celtic spirituality author and theologian, Newell is internationally recognized for his work towards what he calls "recovery" of that  early tradition in European Christianity.  It is  beautifully written with sensitivity to the joy and pain of life.

Iona Community

Wild Goose Publications, 2005

Here is an excellent resource for worship, drawing on the Celtic and other Christian traditions, written and now expanded by members of the Iona community in Scotland.

Alexander Carmichael

Lindisfarne, 1992

The first volumes published in 1900, this is an abridged edition of the classic collection of the Scottish Celtic oral tradition.

John O'Donohue

HarperCollins, 1997

O'Donohue takes us deeply into the Celtic imagination from a spiritual perspective as the journey of life unfolds in these pages through his beautiful prose.

John O'Donohue

HarperCollins, 1999

O'Donohue, Celtic author and scholar, delves into our human longings to belong in the world:in nature, in our community, our family, and with ourselves at every stage of life.

J. Philip Newell

Wm. B. Eerdmans, 2000

 

This is a book of prayers with a collection of carefully selected scripture from the Psalms and the Gospel of John for each day of the week.

J. Philip Newell

Wm. B. Eerdmans, 2002

This prayer book features Scripture from the First Testament for each morning and night of the week, with opening, thanksgiving and intercession and closing prayers written by Newell, Celtic spirituality author and scholar.

John O'Donohue

HarperCollins, 2004

In another of his startlingly wise books, Celtic theologian O'Donohue explores all the aspects of beauty, delves into philosophers' thoughts on the subject, and considers questions we may not have even known we had.

John O'Donohue
Knopf Doubleday, 2008

O'Donohue's final book is a collection of Celtic blessings.  Written just before his unexpected death, it is as if he blessed us before he departed. The late Celtic Irish poet and theologian offers these often profound blessings for every occasion and moment which are beautifully arranged to follow the life cycle. It is a wonderful resource for pastoral care and personal devotion.