Celtic Treasure by Liz Babbs is truly a treasure. Beautiful photos, inspiring poetry, and quotes from Celtic thinkers make this a book I’d love to give to friends who want to deepen their understanding of Celtic Christianity. What made the book particularly meaningful to me was the references to Saint Aidan, since our son bears that name. I also appreciate the author’s insertion of her own thoughts and poetry throughout the book. If you’re looking for a meaningful, beautiful gift, pick up Celtic Treasure.
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