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About: Rev. Brenda Warren

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https://pastorpilgrim.wordpress.com
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Pastor Pilgrim is an ordained Christian Church (Disciples of Christ)pastor. I am married with two grown sons, daughter-in-love, and a Maine Coon cat named for the Celtic saint, Fursey. My interests include illuminated manuscripts; pilgrimage; Franciscan and Celtic spirituality; Shakers; Celtic, Anglo-Saxon, and Merovingian abbesses and their double monasteries; Native American spirituality; and genealogy. I love to travel and am available to lead Celtic Pilgrimages to Northeast England and Iona. "Celts to the Creche" at www.saintsbridge.org. is one of my blogs. I also write of some of my pilgrimages, musings, and another Advent devotional, "Pilgrimage to Bethlehem" at www.pastorpilgrim.wordpress.com My recent sermons can be found on YouTube under First Christian Church (Disciples of Christ), San Angelo, Texas.

Posts by Rev. Brenda Warren:

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Celts to the Cross

A Lenten Journey with Celtic and Anglo--Saxon Saints

North Ages

Early Medieval Northern Britain

Shoulders of Giants

My Writing, My World

Patricia Adams Farmer

celebrating spirituality, beauty, diversity, storytelling

Perigrinatia Express

Reflections on Wilderness Wanderings

All the Wonders

Beth A. Richardson -- Worship Leader, Musician, Photographer, Friend of Jack's

Faith Hope & Chocolate

Rooted & grounded in love, prayer and laughter

Saints' Bridge

A Thin Place Where the Communion of Saints Cross Time and Space

Archaeodeath

The Archaeology and Heritage of Death and Memory

Senchus

notes on early medieval Scotland

Gemæcce

Joining together on this pilgrimage of life

Pastorpilgrim's Blog

Joining together on this pilgrimage of life

Early Medieval Ireland and Beyond

A blog about the archaeology and history of early medieval Ireland at UCD School of Archaeology

Medieval History Geek

An amateur's blog about Medieval history, books, etc.

Ancient Bodies, Ancient Lives

How can we use material traces of past lives to understand sex and gender in the past?

Bones Don't Lie

Current News in Mortuary Archaeology and Bioarchaeology

Esmeralda's Cumbrian History & Folklore

Snippets and longer bits on Cumbrian history and folklore

Grateful to the dead

A church historian's playground

Richard Rohr: Unpacking Paradoxes

contemplation in action, as I try to live it...