“St. Cuthbert (634 – 687) was an Anglo-Saxon who was educated on the Celtic monastery of Melrose, one of many many Anglo-Saxon saints who had a Celtic training and who sought to reconcile each peoples within the peace of Christ. He was consecrated bishop of Lindisfarne fairly in opposition to his pure inclination to dwell a airtight existence on the Interior Farne Island. His dying phrases on March 20 are a testomony of peace: ‘At all times protect divine charity amongst yourselves, and if you come collectively to debate your frequent affairs, let your principal purpose be to achieve a unanimous choice.”
— from The Celtic Guide of Days: A Information to Celtic Spirituality & Knowledge by Caitlin Matthews)
To Title This Day:
Non secular Practices
Be an instrument of peace in your house or at work. Chorus from utilizing any harsh or vital phrases, and encourage others to additionally not use phrases as weapons. Be the one encouraging consensus constructing in any decision-making state of affairs. Discover different methods to be a reconciling presence wherever you go within the spirit of St. Cuthbert.