I am intrigued by Celtic Christianity and find it much more appealing than the Roman variety. My understanding is that they took great joy in the resurrection, honored the earth and nature, gave women an important role and even had monasteries with both men and women resident.
I have seen some comment on Celtic spirituality in various forums but nothing in any detail. It seems like emergent church people should have great interest in this humane form of Christianity. It is a pity that rhey deferred to the Romans in the 7th century, the world would be a better place if they had carried on.
I would appreciate any comments or direction to more information on this subject.