Spiritual Guidance from Julian of Norwich
14th Century Mystic
Many people are familiar with the phrase "All shall be well," but do know much, if anything about Julian of Norwich, the fourteenth-century English mystic who wrote those words. Thomas Merton declared her "without a doubt one of the most wonderful of all Christian voices." The former Archbishop of Canterbury, Rowan Williams, says that her writings "may well be the most important work of Christian reflection in the English language." Drawing directly from Julian's text, the Rev. Mary Earle addresses a variety of topics essential to understanding Julian's mysticism, including the infinite nature of God, the life of prayer, God's suffering with us, the eternal and undying life of the soul, the motherhood of Jesus and the motherhood of God, "all shall be well", and more.
Lead by the Rev. Mary Margaret Earle
Friday-Sunday, June 2-4, 2017
Christ the King Retreat Center, San Angelo
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