John O’Donohue’s classic work Anam Cara, which means “soul friend,” is one of the most important books introducing Celtic Spirituality to the broader world. A poet, philosopher, scholar, teacher and priest in the Catholic tradition, O’Donohue’s book explores the deep wisdom of a tradition that embraces the body, friendship, beauty, time, aging and death in remarkable and enriching ways. We will explore the many themes of this book, including those of its many stories, supplementing them with video, audio, poetry and other resources. There will be five sessions. Right now, we're looking at every other Saturday. This will be discussed by those who are enrolled.