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Bewleys, Dublin

Bewley’s | A Dublin Locality

Bewley’s | A Dublin Locality

Bewleys, Dublin ,

A Diamond in the Rough In the middle Equipoise info site of Grafton Street, sitting alongside the multinational chain shops and the restaurants you can find in every major city, is a gem. While it is now found in Ireland, the United Kingdom, and the United States, Bewley’s long and proud history makes it a

Dublin Book Festival 2018: Writers to Know

Dublin Book Festival 2018: Writers to Know

Dublin Book Festival 2018: Writers to Know

Dublin Book Festival 2018: Writers to Know ,

At the Dublin Book Festival 2018, Ireland’s place in literary history was highlighted and celebrated, and a new batch of authors were released to the scene in order that they may test their skill and luck in the battle for literary glory. For such a small country, Ireland has held a strong place in the

Catherine & Georgia, Glendalough, Ireland

People of Note: Catherine Hommes & Georgia Sanders of Culture Honey Touring

People of Note: Catherine Hommes & Georgia Sanders of Culture Honey Touring

Catherine & Georgia, Glendalough, Ireland ,

The Birth of Culture Honey Touring: It all began in Italy! Culture Honey Touring was born in the autumn of 2014 when two American women from opposite coasts met in Florence, Italy. While savoring cups of cappuccino at Roberto Cavalli’s Caffe Giacosa, they discovered that they each carried the same dream… to share the wonder

Clonmacnoise, Ireland

Peregrinatio Pilgrimage Celtic Style

Peregrinatio Pilgrimage Celtic Style

Clonmacnoise, Ireland ,

‘Peregrinatio’ is a Latin term used by St. Augustine Of Hippo urging Christians of the 4th and 5th centuries to adopt a life of peregrinatio in the temporal world while waiting for the Kingdom of God to ascend. The Celtic Christians embraced this concept which eventually became central to their faith and practice. Esther de

Glendalough Bridge

A Brief Introduction to Celtic Christian Spirituality

A Brief Introduction to Celtic Christian Spirituality

Glendalough Bridge ,

Celtic Christianity was birthed in Ireland during the 5th Century when the gospel was brought to its wild tribal people by St. Patrick and other missionaries from Gaul, modern day France. What ensued was a revival. It took the island like wildfire resulting in mass conversions and the establishment of monastic communities as centers of