A Celtic Eucharist
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About "A Celtic Eucharist"
A Celtic Eucharist a unique Eucharist that presents contemporary remains similar to the liturgy celebrated in a Celi De community in the early ninth century. Following the classic shape of the Eucharist -- Entrance, The Ministry of the Word, The Peace, The Offertory, The Holy Communion, and the Dismissal -- this service draws together texts from Scripture, mainstream Irish, Scottish, and Welsh traditions, and contemporary Celtic spirituality to create a remarkably original service that encourages fresh appreciation of the Eucharist.An optional Ceremony of Light is included for evening celebrations, a selection of alternative prayers and sentences allows for seasonal and pastoral variation, and helpful notes for the celebrant suggest possible uses for this service. Easily adaptable to formal or informal settings, A Celtic Eucharist can be used in conjunction with modern lectionary cycles.
Meet the Author
Brendan O'Malley is Foreign Editor of the "Times Educational Supplement," ýIan Craig is Political Editor of the "Manchester Evening News,"ý