Celtic Daily Prayer: Book Two Hardback
Farther Up and Farther In
by Northumbria Community;
A Bird's Eye View
Northumbria Communities new collection has Daily Office,4 original Communion services,liturgies & prayers for all occasions
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Celtic Daily Prayer: Book Two
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A brand new two-year collection of daily readings and prayers, with Celtic themes and inspiration.
Building on the foundations set down in the first volume, this new collection blends the voices of the early Celtic and desert saints with more contemporary sources in ways that continue to speak to us in our own generation and culture.
Prayer is the 'heartbeat' of the Northumbria Community, and this book contains the Daily Office (morning, midday and evening prayer, and compline), which can be said, or sung to the music provided.
As well as the Daily Office, there are four original Communion services, along with liturgies and prayers that have emerged out of real-life experiences of seeking God in many differing contexts throughout the world. Topics include reaching adulthood/mid-life/old-age; renewal of a marriage; the summer solstice; living with pain; blessing a garden; Christmas preparation; after an argument; scattering ashes; studying; peace; the 'father wound'; loyalty and sleep, among many, many others. There is also a meditation for each day of the month.
Celtic Daily Prayer: Book Two by Northumbria Community was published by HarperCollins Publishers in September 2015 and is our 3836th best seller. The ISBN for Celtic Daily Prayer: Book Two is 9780008100193.
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Details for Celtic Daily Prayer: Book Two
|Page last updated||21st October 2015|
|Author / Artist||Northumbria Community|
|Publisher||HarperCollins Publishers (September 2015)|
|Number of Pages||848|