Tag Archives: Julian of Norwich

Todo Bien

The last two weeks have been hard ones in the church I serve. (Those of you who are there will know why.) We’ve been impacted by several losses, both in our church and in our community, none of them easy. … Continue reading

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And All Shall Be Well

A friend recently sent me the blog post Living Into Change by Marjory Bankson.  It’s a great piece and in the post Bankson uses the words “once again” and “turning point” to describe a recurring phenomenon in the faith community … Continue reading

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Mothering Sunday

This past Tuesday was the feast day of the great English mystic Julian of Norwich (1342-1416).   Most likely the first woman author published in England (1393), there is much to say about her, but I will limit myself to one … Continue reading

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