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Julian of Norwich, a late 14th-century nun and spiritual writer, wrote descriptions of her "showings" and other insights from a lifetime of prayer, and these writings have inspired countless Christians. Julian's writing offers what some believe to be one of the most moving discussions of God's love in all of Christian literature. Many Christian spiritual classics offer advice on how to pray and live a Christian life. In the writings of a ury Englishwoman known as Julian of Norwich we have something different. Julian offers us a report on what she has learned about God through a lifetime of prayer.

Julian of Norwich was a 15th century anchorite (or anchoress) who lived much of her life in a little chapel on the grounds of her church. This book contains both a short version and a longer version, written later in her life

Julian of Norwich was a 15th century anchorite (or anchoress) who lived much of her life in a little chapel on the grounds of her church. This book contains both a short version and a longer version, written later in her life. Learning that she lived much like a hermit, one is tempted to dismiss her writings as unrelated to the busy, interactive life for most of us in the 21st century. However, her focus on her relationship with God (Father, Jesus, Holy Spirit) can be instructive, or even inspirational for the reader

Julian (or Juliana) of Norwich, also known as Dame Julian or Mother Julian (late 1342 – after 1416) was an English anchorite of the Middle Ages

Julian (or Juliana) of Norwich, also known as Dame Julian or Mother Julian (late 1342 – after 1416) was an English anchorite of the Middle Ages.

Julian of Norwich (c. November 8, 1342 – c. 1416) is considered to be one of the greatest English mystics and the first . 1416) is considered to be one of the greatest English mystics and the first known female writer in English. Little is known of her life aside from her writings. The name "Julian" itself comes from the Church of Saint Julian in Norwich, where she occupied a cell adjoining the church as an anchoress. At the age of 30, suffering from a severe illness and believing she was on her deathbed, Julian had a series of intense visions. They ended by the time she overcame her illness on May 13, 1373.

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Julian of Norwich: "Truth sees God, and Wisdom beholds God, and of these to come the third: that is, a holy marvelous . Fr Thornton: "English spirituality is traceable to the Celtic Church which flourished before Saint Augustine of Canterbury’s mission to these islands.

Julian of Norwich: "Truth sees God, and Wisdom beholds God, and of these to come the third: that is, a holy marvelous delight in God; which is Love. Where Truth and Wisdom are verily, there is Love verily, coming of them both. It might be said to have been 'founded,' in the sense of crystallized and consolidated, by the teaching of Saint Anselm, and it burst into full flower during the fourteenth century: in the age of Margery Kempe.

Julian became well known throughout England as a spiritual authority . The Writings of Julian of Norwich, ed. Nicholas Watson and Jacqueline Jenkins.

Julian became well known throughout England as a spiritual authority: the English mystic Margery Kempe, who was the author of the first known autobiography written in England, mentioned going to Norwich to speak with her in around 1414. It is one of the most famous lines in Catholic theological writing and is one of the best-known phrases of the literature of her er. .Modern reputation and veneration.

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Reading Julian's comorting words together with quotes from the Scriptures and Tradition that nourished her faith makes her indeed a joyful companion on the believer's prayer journey. - Carol Luebering