Reflections

  • Recording of our Julian Lent Book Group Week 7

    Recording of the final session of the Julian Lent Book Group led by Margaret Mary McFadyen, based on Lisa Dahill's book, 40-day Journey with Julian of Norwich (Augsburg, 2008).
  • Julian Lent Book Group Week 7

    With Easter fast approaching, it's already the final meeting of our Lent Book Group. Will you be joining us? There's no need to "catch up" before t...
  • 'Stations of the Cross' devotion on YouTube

      Sheila Upjohn writes: Given three wishes, most of us might choose health, wealth and happiness. Julian of Norwich chose longing for God, an illne...
  • Julian Lent Book Group Week 6

    “A banquet of shared experience” -- that's how one participant last week described our Book Group sessions. Will you be joining us this afternoon? ...
  • Julian Lent Book Group Week 5

    Last week's book group included some book recommendations from participants. This post shares them, as well as links to our YouTube channel and to Margaret Mary McFadyen's daily prayers.
  • Julian Lent Book Group Week 4

    “I am loving this course and the availability of the prayers and study online.  I participated in last year's study and find this one even more enl...
  • Julian Lent Book Group Week 3

    This week's resources for the Julian Lent Book Group, including the embed of last week's recording and links to Margaret Mary's daily posts.
  • Julian Lent Book Group Week 2

    How is your 40-day Journey with Julian of Norwich progressing?

    Last week we shared the online resources that are available throughout Lent, but we thought it would be helpful to provide a weekly catchup post for those whose weeks have perhaps been busier than intended.

  • Australian Friends and Companions of Julian of Norwich

    ‘This sight was shown for all the world’ Our Australian friends write: "Australia was completely unknown to the fourteenth century mystic and anch...
  • To help you meditate...

    Father Luke, Fr Luke, CJN, ObJN, writes: "In Julian’s time, the time of Chaucer, of Botticelli, religious and lay people alike were meditating, usi...