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Most Recent Book Title
The Globalisation of God: Celtic Christianity's Nemesis
Book Description
In today's world, globalisation is a word that describes the ubiquitous spread of multinational corporations and their influence in every region and every country. This book traces the roots of this globalisation process to a belief in one universal god. Historically, in the language of globalisation, the first 'product' to be 'marketed' at a global level was the concept of this one god, introduced to us by Moses. From the 4th century C.E., the Christian church of Rome began building itself into a global corporation. It packaged its message into 'products' and 'services' and its hierarchical power structure imposed uniformity throughout. This insistence on uniformity, and top-down control, led to the demise of all independent expressions of Christianity, including Celtic Christianity.
Additional Book Titles
Legends In The Landscape: Pocket Guide to Árainn, Inis Mór, Aran Islands, by Dara Ó Maoildhia

Jung At Heart: Tools for Psychological Hygiene by Tess Harper-Molloy
Location (city/state/country)
County Galway, Ireland
Author bio
Dara Molloy is a Celtic priest, monk and druid. He lives in Ireland, on Inis Mór, Aran Islands, with his wife Tess Harper-Molloy and their four children. Dara came to Inis Mór in 1985 as a Roman Catholic priest, following in the footsteps of St Enda, patriarch of Irish monasticism. He lived as a hermit for 10 years before leaving the Catholic church in order to enter fully into the Celtic spiritual tradition. Since then he has performed Celtic spiritual ceremonies, including weddings and funerals, led Celtic pilgrimages, and written a number of books. He also appears regularly on national and local media. Dara is also co-founder and chairperson of the Aran Islands community-owned energy cooperative which seeks to make the islands self-sufficient in clean, locally produced and locally owned energy.
Professional Speaker Topics
Celtic Spirituality, both pagan and Christian
Spirituality without God or orthodox beliefs
Spirituality, personal identity and lifestyle
Spirituality and the Climate Emergency
Spirituality and the Biodiversity Emergency

Favorite Quote or Personal Motto

Rooted in the Celtic; Living in Right Relationship; Working for Transformation

  • Michael D. Higgins at book launch

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