Just a noote as the time zones are different here of course
I didn’t explain very well; most are mainstream Epsic or small “breakaway” denoms… catholic but not Roman etc.
So Jesus is simply Jesus. Nothing different…
As in pre-RC Ireland etc.
The Episc groups thus attend their Episc Churches…A comparison might be trying to phrase this!! Like a Carmelite or Poor Clare Order in the RCC… with a different flavour but still RCC.
Many are seeking a (diluted) form of monastic life. Trying to be more than Third Orders…
It has become very complicated out there!!!
Some set up new Churches though… yet so like the Episc etc. Same hierarchy etc.
I will send some sites in the morning…
A couple to be going on with…
I will never criticise anyone’s road to Jesus; there are some very beautiful folk and some lovely and meaningful liturgies here… Being of the UK with Celtic traditons dear to my heart, the carmina gadalica has been a growing in the past.
Sorry if this is badly expressed…
Whatever links you would have available, I would love to look at.
One of the problems with the internet, is that since anyone can have a website, the information you get on Any topic May or May NOT be accurate. So, that’s why I threw the ones out there that I did.
One of the things that has confused me about Celtic Christianity is how they view Jesus. It took me awhile to realize that they do accept Jesus in the orthodox tradition (the trinity).
Past this, what really sets them apart from Catholics.
Why don’t they just associate themselves with the Church?
Does the Church recognize them as a Christian church, in the same manner that they might recognize them as a Protestant Church?
Are they considered Protestants even?
I hope that isn’t too many questions
I’ve just been wondering about that for awhile.