Marcus Losack, M.A. (Cantab) M.Phil (Ecum).

Marcus Losack is a graduate in theology from Christ's College, Cambridge with a Master's Degree in Philosophy from the Irish School of Ecumenics, Trinity College, Dublin. He studied at Salisbury and Wells Theological College (now Sarum College) and worked for some time as an ordained Anglican priest, serving in parishes in Ireland, the U.K., North Africa and Sicily.
He was for three years Senior Lecturer and Course Director at St George’s College, Jerusalem, responsible for leading visits to the ancient desert monasteries of Egypt and Sinai and other sacred and historic places in the Lands of the Bible. Returning to Ireland, he developed Celtic Pilgrimages through Céile Dé.  
Céile Dé has twenty years experience in pilgrimage leadership, program management, welcoming adult and youth (J2A) groups to the ancient, holy sites associated with the Celtic Tradition in Ireland, Scotland, Wales and Brittany. Invitations are welcome for the provision of seminars and conferences, with expertise that is both educational and inspiring, through a wide range of subjects related to the Desert and Celtic Traditions, especially the Life, Legacy and Mission of Saint Patrick and the teachings of the Celtic Saints. 
If you or your group needs help to design, manage and implement your ideas and aspirations for pilgrimage, please contact us via email: marcuslosack@gmail.com




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