Thank you, but I am surprised at what you say because from what I have been
told and what I have read thus far - and none of it uniquely focused on
practices of Celtic Christianity - I have learned that the practices were
quite different, down to the habits and rituals of the monks who, by the way
sported rather radically different hairstyles from what came much later from
Rome....anyway, I seek only to be educated and enlightened.
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From: "Muiris Mag Ualghairg" <[log in to unmask]>
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Sent: Sunday, February 09, 2003 10:45 AM
Subject: Re: What the Picts built
> I doubt you will find such a book - Celtic Christianity was merely a
> variation on standard western European Christianity. 'Celtic' Christians
> didn't believe that they were members of a different church to the Roman
> church or for that matter to the church at Constantinople.
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