John O'Donohue

Three Rivers Press, 2011

O'Donohue's first book of poetry--the original paperback was published in 1994--is now in print again three years after his death.  His words continue to inspire and bring to life his passion for nature and humanity and the beauty in both.

 

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Northumbria Community

edited by Richard J. Foster

HarperOne, 2002

A rich selection daily readings of poems, prayers, and quotations compiled by the Celtic community of Northumbria, England also includes a scripture lectionary, saints days, and beguiling stories and histories of people and places sacred to their heritage.

J. Philip Newell

Paulist Press, 1999

 

Celtic author and teacher, Newell offers a unique view of the stages of life through the Celtic perspective of divinity in the flesh and our awakening to the presence of God around us.

 

J. Philip Newell

Paulist Press, 1999

This an informative introduction to the roots of Celtic spirituality by one of the best-known scholars in this stream of Christianity.

J. Philip Newell

Paulist Press, 1997

 

In this small but historically and theologically informed introduction to Celtic Christian sprituality, Newell gives a brief but thorough overview of its roots, starting with the significance of the Pelagius' debate with Augustine and the mistaken interprestation of Pelagiansim, followed by John Scotus Eriugena, who was a leading influence for as they adapted the Christian faith to their culture.

J. Philip Newell

Claudia Tammen

Material Media, 2004 

Celtic spirituality author Newell and photographer Tammen combine the Lord's Prayer with photos of the stunning New Mexico landscape. 

 

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Mary C. Earle

Skylight Paths Publishing, 2011

With classic Celtic writers such as Pelagius, Eriugena, and the saints, Earle, a clergywoman, introduces writings from various parts of the Celtic world. These words remind us of the 'big book' of creation as it is set against the "little book" of the gospel and offers the reader inspiration from both.

John Philip Newell

Suzanne Butler, soloist

Material Media, 2010

Internationally known Celtic scholar and author Newell's latest music release is original chants in the Celtic tradition, calling for peace among the Abrahamic religions, using Near Easter harmonies.  Each chant coordinates with his book Praying with the Earth and employs a Scripture verse from Judaism, Islam, and Christianity, along with their musical traditions. Newell  reads each Scripture passage and then the chant follows, sung in Butler's beautiful voice.  Excellent for individual prayer and group gatherings.

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John Philip Newell

Wm. B. Eerdmans, 2011

Author of Celtic Benediction and Sounds of the Eternal continues this pattern of prayer book with new daily prayers for morning and evening for the week, written in the Celtic tradition. This time, he unites the religions of Judaism. Islam, and Christianity in their hopes and desires for peace through his powerful words. 

 

John Philip Newell

Jossey-Bass, 2011

Acclaimed author Newell continues his reflections following his bestselling Christ of the CeltsA New Harmony moves to a call for reconciliation in the tradition of Christian faith and to embrace other religions and to see harmony as expressed in the unity of all creation.