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Neo-Celtic Christianity

Neo-Celtic Christianity or Contemporary Celtic Christianity are terms used to describe a religious movement founded by Jules Ferrette and Richard Williams Morgan in 1858 upon the establishment of the Ancient British Church, a movement to re-assert or restore forms of Christian belief and practice that the movement's adherents believe to have existed in the Atlantic Isles during the first millennium of the Christian era, and particularly during the first half of the first millennium.
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