Tag Archives: Celtic

Companioning One Another as Leaders Through Time

For many years now, I have spent New Year’s Eve joined in prayer, reflection, song and laughter with a small community of women with whom I share life’s journey.

This year, we used as a reading for our evening prayer service a reflection from the Irish author John O’Donahue Continue reading

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Celebrating Our Roots, Expanding Our Relations

This past week was an annual time of focusing on my heritage. On my mother’s side, my grandparents immigrated to the United States from the Dingle Peninsula of Ireland. This year my heritage week began with my birthday on Sunday, the 14th, and then moved to my “feast day” on Wednesday, the 17th. My mother told me Continue reading

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