John O'Donohue

Betsy Scarborough, director

Sounds True, 2011

In this 54-minute video, originally broadcast on PBS, the late John O'Donohue gives an especially privileged tour of his beloved homeland, western Ireland.

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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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

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.

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.

Celtic author, poet, and mystic John O'Donohue (1956-2008) was born in Ireland.  He entered the novitiate for the Roman Catholic priesthood at eighteen and completed his B.A. in English and Philosophy in 1977 and his degree in Theology in 1980. In 1982 he was ordained to the priesthood.