If history is what legitimizes Christian traditions, then Celtic Christian Spirituality has much to contribute to today's world. Reclaiming this ancient wisdom provides possibilities to enrich and challenge our lives regardless of time and place differences.Can you imagine a law being developed to protect the innocents in times of warfare, and signed by all the nations' leaders?Is it possible to live without jails, choosing instead to have transforming justice leading to reconciliation and healthy community life?Is wrongdoing an evil to be punished or a weakness which could be healed? Do Celtic saints have anything to offer us that might enrich our lives if we reclaim this ancient heritage?Was Pelagius a fearsome heretic or a great Celtic theologian?Is the hospitality being showed around the world today to strangers in shocking grief situations with offerings of flowers and prayers a continuation or retrieval of the Celtic understanding of hospitality?Is it conceivable that the diversity offered through reclaiming our ancient heritage has simply been long forgotten - or has it been deliberately cast aside? This book discusses the ways the ancient Celts provided a beacon of light celebrating the sacredness of all creation and of their ordinary everyday living during the so-called European 'Dark Ages', bequeathing a heritage which we can reconstruct today. Reclaiming our Ancient Heritage investigates all these themes - and much more.