Celtic Glory

Wales

Wales

Wales, the land of song but also the land of Celtic saints. There is a rich history here of Celtic monastic life, such as at Llantwit Major and Bardsey Island. Many left Wales to evangelise Cornwall and France.

St Illtud's Church, Llantwit Major, Wales
St Illtud’s Church, Llantwit Major
St Issui Patricio, Wales
St Issui Church, Patricio, Powys, NP7 7LP, Wales
Re-opening Ancient Spiritual Wells of Revival
REOPENING EUROPE’S ANCIENT WELLS OF REVIVAL
King Brychan's Children and the Cornwall Connection
Brychan’s Children and Cornwall
An Ancient Portal: Talgarth
An Ancient Portal: Talgarth 
Moriah Chapel and the Angels of Fire
June 2012
Bowl Full of Glory
July 2013
Strategy of Worship for Ireland, Wales and Cornwall
A Heavenly STRATEGY for Salvations: IRELAND, WALES, AND CORNWALL
A Vision of Heaven at Brecon Cathedral
At the site of the ancient Rood Screen, Brecon Cathedral: A Vision of Heaven
Samson, a Little Background
Samson, some background
Brecon Cathedral: An Ancient Well
Brecon Cathedral: An Ancient Well
Celtic Fire of Glory
Ancient Wells – Celtic lands on fire with Glory
Celtic Christian and Methodist Connection, Wales
(Trevecca College from an engraving of 1824: Photograph Wikipedia)
Llangorse Lake with the Black Mountains, Wales St Illtud's Monastery, Llantwit Major, Wales Llangorse Lake at the water's edge Llangorse Lake beauty, Wales Brecon Cathedral looking towards St Keyne's Chapel St Illtud's Monastery, Celtic Cross Brecon Cathedral Exterior Llantwit Major Church, Cradle of Welsh Christianity Llantwit Major High Celtic Cross Brecon Cathedral main nave, Wales, UK Brecon Cathedral, site of rood screen Brecon cathedral interior arches Brecon cathedral blue angel in stained glass Brecon Cathedral, picture Peace Llangors Lake, Llangasty Gospel Pass, The Black Mountains of Wales St Issui Patricio Church, The Black Mountains, Wales St Issui Patricio Church, Wales