Quiet Half-Day in November in Norwich. Reflection and Prayer focusing on the Ninth Shewing from Revelations of Divine Love

Are You Well Satisfied?

Exploring How God Makes Us Well


Robert Fruehwirth

You're warmly invited to join us for a free, in-person time together on 
Saturday, 12th November 2022, 10.30am-2.00pm at the
Julian Centre and St. Julian's Church, Rouen Road, Norwich, NR1 1QT


Click here for the brochure with all the details you need for the day.

To see Robert talking about Julian and to get an idea of what to expect, click here.

It's simple; if you'd like to come, just RSVP to howard.green@julianofnorwich.org

Robert's book, The Drawing of this Love: Growing in Faith with Julian of Norwich, combines the commonly understood teachings of Julian with an explanation of what happens when we try to live them.


  • Sorry, didn’t notice that it wasn’t online – I got used to this communication when we were in lockdown. I cannot make it in person.

    Caitlin Matthews
  • I listened Fr Robert at Westminster Cathedral when he was a monk, many years ago. I would love to hear him again but cannot possibly get to Norwich for only half a day. Please make this talk available to others. I would be happy to pay for it but would prefer to watch it live.

    Elaine Dando
  • This quiet half-day retreat is only being offered in person, and will not be available online. The event is free with voluntary donations invited on the day. If you would like to attend please let Howard know: howard.green@julianofnorwich.org

    Lesley Mitchell
  • How I would love to attend and to hear Fr. Robert, my long time friend, but I have not ventured out so far yet. Howard, I enjoy always hearing from you and know that we are praying daily for the Julian Friends and Companions in England.

    Flora Shedd, ObJN
  • Oops! This event is in person…I didn’t
    catch that when I registered. I
    Live in Franklin, TN, USA. If you make a recording of the day, I would love to see it.

    Helen DeBuse

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