Collected and explained by the community's former Warden, the prayers reflect basic issues and attributes of Celtic spirituality: a commitment to the gospel, hospitality as the expectation of meeting Christ in strangers, a celebration of the goodness of creation, the equality of the sexes in the spiritual life, care for the earth, life as a pilgrimage, the communion of heaven and earth, and a concern for peace and justice which reflects Christ as being both with and for the poor.
A delight to the senses, this lovely hardcover book --
-- features beautiful calligraphic lettering
-- includes a week's cycle of prayers for morning and evening, with Psalm verses, thanksgiving, and intercessory prayers
-- uses an ecumenical weekday lectionary
-- comes from the most famous of all Celtic shrines