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.
Sheila Upjohn is loved for her many books on Julian of Norwich, including the famous In Search of Julian of Norwich and, of course, the ever-popular play Mind Out Of Time which is available from the Julian Centre.
When sending her review to the Julian Centre, she wrote: "I found it harder to write than any review I have ever written. This is because Robert Fruehwirth's book needs to be read, and re-read, and... Keep Reading
This book has caught the eye of The Church Times sufficiently for them to have given over a full page to an interview with Robert. Peter Varney is a retired Anglican priest currently assisting at St Giles Norwich, and also a Quaker. His last job was leading the counselling team for the Norfolk and Norwich Hospital Occupational Health Department. He facilitates retreats for Quakers and others focussing on art and creativity.
Here is Peter Varney's... Keep Reading
One of the Companions of Julian has written a review of the above. Go to Julian Postings to read it.
In the wake of the hugely popular BBC 4 documentary on Julian of Norwich, we're noticing a real upswing of interest both in visitors to the Julian Centre, on twitter, and more widely on the internet. Check out this interesting angle if you'd like to also get a free copy of Christianity magazine as well.