Celtic Spirituality draws on myth, folklore, poetry, and the tales of Celtic saints and heroes, to explore the spiritual tradition of the Celtic peoples — a tradition rooted in hospitality, love of nature, and a mystical sense of the presence of God. The Celtic way is more important than ever in our increasingly fractured and troubled times. It’s not just for people who have Irish, Scottish or Welsh ancestry — this is a universal wisdom for all people.This day will explore the interplay of wisdom and contemplation as viewed through the lens of Celtic-Spirituality, a spirituality Carl McComan described as, “at the edge of the world.” There will time for quiet reflection, prayer and discussion.
Cost includes lunch.
*Please note that this program is incorrectly listed in our brochure for Saturday, March 14, 2020, 1-4 p.m.