Quotations from St. Julian of Norwich.

Originally posted on8th May 2012 but the quotations are eternal;

Interrupting the Silence

Today, May 8, is the Feast of St. Julian of Norwich. When Julian was thirty years old she became  gravely ill and was given last rites. On the seventh day of her illness, all pain left her, and she had a series of fifteen vision of our Lord’s passion. She recorded these in a book entitled Revelations of Divine Love or as Julian called it, Showings. The following quotations are taken from her writings:

 I saw that [our Lord] is to us everything which is good and comforting for our help. He is our clothing, who wraps and enfolds us for love, embraces us and shelters us, surrounds us for his love, which is so tender that he may never desert us. And so in this sight I saw that he is everything which is good, as I understand.

And in this he showed me something small, no…

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