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Julian of Norwich

When Julian of Norwich was composing her book she was living through a period of huge political and social upheaval. She also lived through two bouts of the Plague, once as a little girl and again as an adult. 

'All shall be well, all shall be well, and all manner of things shall be well' is the most well known line in the book, but it was a hard won discovery, not a trite exclamation.

At the age of 30, Julian of Norwich, a contemporary of Chaucer, was suffering a severe illness and believed she was on her deathbed. She had a series of intense visions of Jesus and recovered.

Julian wrote down the narration of the visions shortly after they occurred and expanded on them 20 to 30 years later in what became the first book written in English by a woman.

For more on Mother Julian's relevance today, click here.

And see Robert Fruehwirth speak on her Revelations of Divine Love here.

Please see below for a selection of translations, commentaries and related writings.

 

Julian of Norwich
Julian of Norwich
All Will be Well

All Will be Well

Julian of Norwich
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