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Irish Culture and Customs offers a wealth of info, fun, and free weekly newsletter.
Firth's Celtic Scotland's main focus is the Celtic Saints who brought Christianity to the Picts of the Dee and Don valleys in the north east of Scotland but there is much more. Beautifully done.
Between the 5th and 8th centuries there was a remarkable flourishing of Celtic Christianity. Monastic Ireland brings to life the stories of the Celtic saints,their vibrant spirit and the places associated with them.
Celtic Spirituality - a personal page by Dennis Doyle with lots of interesting info
The Arts, History and Spirituality of Celtic Lands, Ireland, Scotland, Wales, Brittany, Isle of Man, Cornwall and Galicia offers numerous links and resources.
Some say the irish invented the first bar code. Find out why at Every Ogham Thing on the web.
Downloadable midi files are just one of the multitude of wonderful resources to be found at Celtic Folklore from Sacred Texts.com
Celtic Radio - is the home of Highlander Radio, Highlander Radio HD, Celtic Radio, Celtic Moon, Celt-Rock-Radio, SaltyDog Radio, BlueGrass Hills, Northern Woods Radio and Celtic Dance. An award-winning internet radio station broadcasting a wide range of Celtic music 24 hours a day.
Celtic Christian Music's goal is to introduce Christians to Celtic music, to introduce Celtic listeners to Christianity, and to provide information to people who are already fans of Celtic Christian music. Includes radio station, newsletter and more.
As of February 2013, all of our Celtic Saints have their own blogs.
These are only a few of the sources I have come across over nearly a decade of researching Celtic Saints. Their appeal is ecumenical and I have tried to be inclusive... If you know of any sites that you think would be appropriate here, please let me know (and my apologies for any out-of-date or broken links). -pb