Saint John, Evangelist portrait from the Book of Mulling, late century - portraits the mix between Christianity and Celtic believes that created the Celtic Church in Ireland before Christianity became dominant
Irish Blessing: May the raindrops fall lightly on your brow. May the soft winds freshen your spirit. May the sunshine brighten your heart. May the burdens of the day rest lightly upon you. And may God enfold you in the mantle of His love.
Celtic Christian-Style Rune/Invocation - After many Celts were first converted to Christianity, many old traditions continued under new guises, like this one. This blend of Christian and Pagan belief is largely unique to Irish Catholicism.
The Book of Kells, one of Ireland’s national treasures and considered one of the finest of all Celtic Christian creations, is an illuminated manuscript containing the four Gospels of the New Testament.
Bird from the Book of Kells. This looks like it could be a goose. The wild goose was the Celtic Christian symbol for the Holy Spirit. One could take this pose, put a peacock crest on it, and make the tail feathers long peacock feathers for a pretty image.
Portrait of St. Patrick~ A c. carving of the patron saint of Ireland from Cty. Patrick, a Roman enslaved British nobleman who Christianized c. Ireland, was also her greatest champion and the first on record to oppose slavery.