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In his foreword, David Adam writes: ‘Here are prayers from the heart and the hearth. In the great tradition of Celtic prayers these are very much prayers and reflections from the ordinary daily round and from the home. There are uplifting moments and anxious moments, there are inspirational times and times of sorrow and repentance. Some prayers read like hymns, and could easily be sung, others search the heights and depths of our faith. In all we are allowed to share in the daily experiences that lead Jenny Child to be aware of her God.’ Inspired by her visits to the holy isle of Lindisfarne and a developing interest in Celtic spirituality, Jenny offers morning prayers, prayers during the day, night prayers and prayers for special intentions. There are prayers around the Eucharist and around creation and the book ends with a collection of Blessings.

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