Pastor
The Celtic Society of St. James,
the Brother of Jesus

The Celtic Society of St. James (CSSJ) is in the formational phase. It will be patterned after the ancient Celtic monastic lifestyle. All are invited to join this journey leading to a deeper understanding and appreciation of Celtic Christianity and Spirituality. 

View the CSSJ Apostolic Charter

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Prayer of
St. Columban of Iona


Kindle in our hearts, O God,
The flame of that love
which never ceases,
That it may burn in us,
giving light to others.
May we shine forever
in Thy holy temple,
Set on fire with Thy eternal light,
Even Thy son, Jesus Christ,
Our Savior and Redeemer.

The Synod of Societies Governance - CSSJ

Abbot Jason Boyd, Bishop

The Celtic Society of St. Mary, 
Mother of Consolation

The Celtic Society of St. Mary, Mother of Consolation (SMMC) is in the formational phase. It will be patterned after the ancient Celtic monastic lifestyle. All are invited to join this journey leading to a deeper understanding and appreciation of Celtic Christianity and Spirituality. 

View the SMMC - Mission

Hail Mary Prayer

Hail Mary,

full of grace,

the Lord is with thee.

Blessed art thou among women,

and blessed is the fruit

of thy womb, Jesus.

Holy Mary, Mother of God,

pray for us sinners,

now, and at the hour of

our death.

Amen

The Synod of Societies Governance - SMMC

Abbot Jordan Morgan, Bishop

Abbey of St. John

Abbot Lennard Panthier, Bishop

Abbey of St. John

The Synod of Societies Governance - Overall

Archbishop Wm [Liam] Flint, Synod Archbishop

Synodical Ordinariate of St. John

Member of the Consistory of Bishops of the Episcopal (Anglican) Free Communion

Abbess Dr. Christine Stephens, Chancellor

Synodical Ordinariate of St. John

Office of the Chancellery

The Celtic (Anglo) Catholic Church of the Americas (CCCA) is a member of the Anglican Free Communion. The Church Collective is composed of two Societies; the Celtic Society of St. James and the Celtic  Society of Mary, Mother of Consolation, and does not have geographic boundaries.

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