A 10-WEEK theological course will be taught at Queen’s University, Belfast, as part of the Open Learning Programme, on Thursdays from 11am to 1pm. from September 27 to November 29.
This course will be taught by the Rev. Grace Clunie, director of the Centre for Celtic Spirituality, Armagh, and Dr Tess Maguiness, course director of the undergraduate programme, QUB school of education.
The course sets out to celebrate the rigorous and many faceted Celtic spirit – in particular, aspects of Celtic Christian identity which are inspirational for the spiritual path today – the relationship with the earth, hospitality, artistic creativity and the nomadic spirit.
The literature will include ancient Irish mythology, the early Irish cleric poets, the Gaelic bards, the 18th century Anglo-Irish antiquarians, the writers of ‘the Celtic Twilight’ and contemporary writers.
The cost of the course is £58 (with concession £36). For further details and to enrol contact QUB School of Education, telephone: 028 9097 3323/3539.