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July 10, 2008


Greg Garrett


I led a desert retreat at Ghost Ranch in New Mexico a couple of weeks ago and was reminded again what a potent thing morning and evening prayer can be, especially for people who haven't been doing them. My tradition is Episcopalian, using the Book of Common Prayer, but I've also loved the liturgies of Celtic writer Philip Newell. He writes the morning and evening prayers that Ghost Ranch uses, and his Celtic Benediction is the one I use at home.

Blessings on you and yours--


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