The first woman known to have written in English, the fourteenth-century mystic Julian of Norwich has inspired generations of Christians with her reflections on the "motherhood" of Jesus, and her ...
Julian of Norwich, the fourteenth/early fifteenth-century anchoress and mystic, is one of the most important and best-known figures of the Middle Ages. Her Revelations, intense visions of the divine, ...
At the age of 14, during World War 2, the then Princess Elizabeth broadcast, “I can truthfully say to you all that we ...
Enfolded in Love is a selection of readings from The Revelations of Divine Love by Julian of Norwich rendered in modern ...
I have chosen it as the location for my dinner party because it represents a sort of lost Xanadu of my youth, albeit one ...
Revelations of Divine Love, by the 14th-century Christian mystic Julian of Norwich, is a beautiful and remarkable text. The first book ever written in English known to be by a woman, it’s a ...
The caption read, “If it was going to be easy to raise kids, it never would’ve started with something called labor.” This ...
Dame Julian of Norwich is perhaps the best-loved English mystic; in her "Revelations of Divine Love" her meditations on the ...
In preparation for creating the urns Julian met members of Norwich Death Café, a local group dedicated to dispelling taboos around dying. It encourages people to discuss death in an open ...
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Here, their possible influence on Julian of Norwich's 'Revelations' is explored. The book argues that formal features of compilation are evident in the text, deployed by Julian to give authority and ...