Tag: orthodox church of the culdees

Greetings to the AOCC Holy Synod

Letter delivered and read at the Bishop’s Council (Holy Synod) of the American Orthodox Catholic Church, Western Rite Metropolia. Greetings to all who have come together for the AOCC Holy Synod of October 14th, 2016. I pray that the common goals may be as our King had told us “seek first His Kingdom and righteousness” […]

“Spread of the Culdean Church” free Chapter from “History of the Scottish Nation” or The History of The Celtic Church (All Three Volumes): History of Civilization From Pre-historic Times To Medieval Times.

Free Chapter Preview: CHAPTER XXVIII SPREAD OF CULDEAN CHURCH from “History of the Scottish Nation or The History of The Celtic Church (All Three Volumes): History of Civilization From Pre-historic Times To Medieval Times.” The Culdees in France—France strewed with Culdee Institutions Culdees in Rhineland—They Christianise Gerrmany—Willibrod in Germany—Killean—Culdees in Iceland—Bird’s-eye view of Culdee Church in […]

THE IRISH POPE-KINGS FORMERLY THE RULERS OF BRITAIN

THE IRISH POPE-KINGS FORMERLY THE RULERS OF BRITAIN (full chapter preview text from book “Irish Wisdom Preserved In Bible And Pyramids”) Full Article: “THE IRISH POPE-KINGS FORMERLY THE RULERS”: A WRITER IN THE ENCYCLOPAEDIA BRITANNICA, in the article on Ireland, gives a very adroit presentation of when and, how the Scots (Irish) were converted to Christianity. He seems […]

Hereditary Leadership Of Tribe And Church

Hereditary Leadership in Celtic (Israel Descended) Nations The following text is from the pages 176 to 180 from “The Celtic Church in Britain” by Hardinge. Bibliography included in the following excerpt.   THE HEREDITARY LEADERS   The founder or holy man to whom the original grant of land had been made was called the patron saint of […]

Excerpt from “Celt, Druid and Culdee”

Free Chapter Preview from the book “Celt Druid and Culdee” on the history of the Culdees.   From the book “Celt, Druid and Culdee” (1973) by Isabel Hill Elder To trace the history of the Culdees from the days of St. Columba is a comparatively easy task; to find their origin is more difficult. In […]