One Hundred Cranes
Praying with the Chorus of Creation
The Celts of Ireland believed in "thin places" - sacred sites opening into the spirit world. The Native Americans sensed the holy in sacred circles and in creatures all around. William Fitzgerald's writing has been influenced by his Celtic roots as well as the Native Americans who first lived in harmony with the cranes and the buffalo on the plains of his native Nebraska.
As a teacher, writer, Catholic pastor, retreat-master and spiritual guide who walks softly upon the earth, Fitzgerald shares a creation spirituality for those who believe the words of Meister Eckhart: "Every creature is a book about God."