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I am a priest in the Celtic Christian Church. I am also a commissioned Healer in the church. I live in the Pacific Northwest, not far from Tacoma, Washington. For my "day job" I teach psychology, world history and Communication Arts in a local high school. I am married (recently celebrated our 32nd anniversary) and have two daughters ang a grandson. If you would like to share a story of healing or to request prayer for healing and/or wholeness during an upcoming segment, please feel free to email me at PadriagOBV@yahoo.com

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Today I do not have a plan! It could be that inspiration is lacking or maybe the Spirit has a surprise in store. I have resolved to bring St. Fiacre's Garden back to the internet and, since I don't have an agenda today, I'll just share my morning... more

All episodes in St. Fiacre's Garden have to do with healing and wholeness of body, mind, and spirit from a Celtic Christian perspective. Today I will share a few thoughts about hope.

One of the works of mercy is "visiting the sick." Today I wish to share some reflections from my experience as a hospital chaplain and especially of an encounter with someone I regard as an heroic example of this virtue.

Old wounds, especially prolonged childhood trauma, experience with a major disaster, and war, leave wounds that can take a lifetime (or more) to heal. Simply surviving a horrible situation requires that one learn specialized skills called... more

We are past the half way point in our journey through Lent. Have we discovered our resolutions were too difficult to maintain? Have we lapsed entirely? Have we modified our sacrifice to make it more "do-able"? There is always hope and... more

Celtic Christians recognize all of creation as a expression of the Creator, therefore a revelation of God. All that exists may be of spiritual benefit, particularly those we consider "lesser beings" or animals. How might animals contribute to our... more

Ash Wednesday is just a few days away and it seems appropriate to reflect on this liturgical season and consider whether some of the traditional practices can help us on the quest for wholeness of body, mind and spirit.

This week on St. Fiacre's Garden we will consider the importance of "self-talk" and how what we say and think affects our wholeness. I'm Father Thomas Marble of the Celtic Christian Church. Join me in the garden!

I'm Father Thomas Marble, a Celtic Christian priest. All of my shows have to do with topics concerning healing and/or wholeness of body, mind and spirit. This week I'd like to explore some rather surprising aspects of humility.

I'm Father Thomas Marble, a priest in the Celtic Christian Church. All of my shows are on topics related to healing and wholeness of body, mind, and spirit. Today I will start with maintaining balance in life. Who knows where it will go from there?

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