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Coronavirus Advice Webinar: What would the Celts do in Lockdown?

What would the Celts do in lockdown? Wednesday 8 July

Roy Searle and Lesley MacLean, both companions of Northumbria Community led us a reflection on what Celtic spirituality would say to the unusual times we are in. Roy looked at the Celtic saints and their practices; Lesley talked about how this is lived out in her own experience of running a retreat house.

 
For the transcript of Roy Searle's talk during the first half of the webinar: Click Here
 
For Roy Searle's blog: Click Here
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