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Celtic Way Pilgrimages

Clonmacnoise, County Offaly, Ireland
Sacred Ireland
Celtic Christian Pilgrimage, 8 Nights: Sacred Ireland, April 18th-26th!

Join Us for a Very Special Pilgrimage to Sacred, Ireland! 

Iona Abbey, Iona Scotland
Iona, Scotland
Celtic Christian Pilgrimage, 5 Nights: Iona, Scotland, April 26th - May 1st!

Join Us for a Very Special Pilgrimage to Iona, Scotland!


"...a holy place carries power. To be on pilgrimage is to move into a world where the dividing line between past and present, between this world and the next, between what we call sacred and what we call secular, dissolves. The outward journey is also a journey inwards." ~ Esther de Waal, Forward to Glendalough: a Celtic Pilgrimage by Michael Rodgers and Marcus Losack

Dublin, County Dublin, Ireland
Place: DUBLIN Pilgrimage Context: Days 1, 2 & 8, Sept. 15th, 16th, & 22nd, 2019 Pilgrimage Includes: 3 nights lodging / 2 days program in Dublin, 1 free day Welcome Dinner…
Hill of Tara, County Meath, Ireland
By Hill of Tara, County Meath, Ireland Hill of Tara, Ireland April 26, 2019 2019-01-01T06:09:04-07:00 Place: HILL OF TARA Pilgrimage context: Day 3…
Downpatrick, County Down, Northern Ireland
By Downpatrick, County Down, Northern Ireland Downpatrick, Northern Ireland April 19, 2019 2019-01-01T06:08:19-07:00 Place: DOWNPATRICK …
Kildare, County Kildare, Ireland
Place: KILDARE Pilgrimage Context: Day 5, morning Pilgrimage Includes: private coach transport, guided tour Significance: Site of the 5th century…
Clonmacnoise, County Offaly, Ireland
Place: CLONMACNOISE Pilgrimage Context: Day 4, afternoon Pilgrimage Includes: private coach, guided tour, entrance fee Significance: Sixth century …
Athlone, County Westmeath, Ireland
Place: ATHLONE Significance: Second most populated city in the Midlands, the place where the artisans from Clonmacnoise moved their shops…

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Celtic Ireland
Celtic Christian Spirituality

Celtic Christians are known for their vibrant faith and intimate relationship with God.

Two spiritual practices that help foster close communion with their loving Creator are prayer and pilgrimage.

The Celtic saints are known for weaving prayer into every aspect of life; waking, walking, working, retiring at night, inviting God to participate in and bless each detail of daily life.

St. Columba's Well, Durrow, Ireland
Celtic Way Pilgrimages

Bask in the natural beauty of the Emerald Isle and the windswept shores of Iona.

Journey to ‘thin places,’ destinations where it is said the membrane between this world and the eternal realm is permeable.

Follow in the footsteps of holy men & women whose lives burned brightly with the love of God.

Learn the spiritual practices that deepened their faith and can nourish ours today.

Iona Abbey, Iona Scotland
Celtic Christian Peregrinatio

Journeying as Celtic pilgrims, known as Peregrinatio, was understood as both an inner and outer journey seeking a transforming encounter with Christ. “Ready to go wherever the Spirit might take them, seeing themselves as hospites mundi, ‘guests of the world,’… seeking the place of their resurrection.”

~ Esther de Waal, "The Celtic Way of Prayer"