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Who Are the Celtic Saints?

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Cutting through the mists of Celtic myth, this historical account introduces the saints to us as real men and women in pursuit of holiness. The Celtic period began in 435 and ended in 715; this work tells the stories of...


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Cutting through the mists of Celtic myth, this historical account introduces the saints to us as real men and women in pursuit of holiness. The Celtic period began in 435 and ended in 715; this work tells the stories of the various branches of the Celtic church in this period.
-Publisher

Cutting through the mists of Celtic myth, this historical account introduces the saints as real men and women in the pursuit of holiness. The Celtic period began with Patrick's mission to Ireland in 435 and ended with the submission of the British church to Rome in 715. This book tells the stories of the various branches of the Celtic church during this period and includes biographies of the outstanding personalities of the era.
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PRODUCT DETAIL
  • Catalogue Code 185994
  • Product Code 1853114936
  • EAN 9781853114939
  • Pages 312
  • Department Academic
  • Category History
  • Sub-Category General
  • Publisher Canterbury Press Uk
  • Publication Date Aug 2002
  • Dimensions 234 x 156 x 23mm
  • Weight 0.440kg

Kathleen Jones

Kathleen Jones is a biographer and poet whose short fiction has won several awards including a Cosmopolitan fiction prize and a Fay Weldon award. Kathleen's biography of Catherine Cookson was in the top 10 best-seller racks in WH Smith for 8 weeks. This is her first novel. The Sun's Companion has been awarded the Awesome Indies Seal of Approval - a guaranteed 'Good Read' and was short-listed for the Kindle Book Review 'best romantic fiction' of 2013. A

  • Celtic Culture - During And After The Celtic Occupation
  • Ireland - Patrick And His Disciples, Poetry, Prayers, Monasteries And
  • Travelling Saints
  • Iona - A Way Of Life And A Centre Of Mission
  • Scotland - Columba And His Successors
  • Wales - David And His Heritage
  • Cornwall - The "children Of Brychan"
  • Brittany - Malo, Judoc, Tudy And Others
  • Northumbria - The Celtic Tradition Is Taken To The Anglo-saxons
  • Rome - The Saints Who Went There To Plead The Cause Of The Celtic Church.

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