Saturday 8th July 2017. 10:30am to 4:00pm
In Julian's writings, she explains that all good things flow from the goodness of God and we are enclosed in God's goodness.
During the Quiet Day, led by Father Luke CJN, we will reflect on the goodness of God and God's love for each one of us.
Bring your own packed lunch, drinks will be supplied.
Suggested donation: £10
The Friends of Julian are looking for occasional freelance hours of PHP / CouchDB programming expertise to make adjustments to this juliancentre.org website. The person will have a 8-10 hours work right away, and occasionally thereafter. Right now we want some features removed from the postings area, some changes to the banner photographs, some twitter and facebook buttons added, that sort of thing. Depending on how things go, we’d like to make some changes to... Keep Reading
Father Robert's has completed a successful two-day retreat attended by 120 people in Norwich. This was part of a tour of England by Fr Robert which included visits to Chichester, Cambridge, London and Norwich.
Click here for a video of the talk at St. Paul's.
The recent BBC 4 documentary 'The Search for the Lost Manuscript: Julian of Norwich' has been warmly received. The documentary is presented by medieval art historian Dr Janina Ramirez and follows the story and survival of Julian's manuscript ‘Revelations of Divine Love’ from the time it was written through to the present day six hundred years later.