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The volumes in the 40-Day Journey series invite readers to take a spiritual journey with a great spiritual guide from the past or the present. In this volume, readers will be inspired by Julian, a celebrated English mystic from the fourteenth century and a recluse at St. Julian's Church in Norwich, whose writings were the first works in English known to be written by a ...more
Paperback, 109 pages
Published September 1st 2008 by Augsburg Books
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Patty
This was my devotional book for Lent. Unfortunately, it took me much longer to finish this than it should have. This is no Julian of Norwich's fault nor the editor. The book was excellent. I just don't always make time for my devotions. Not good, just reality.

Augsburg Press has published a number of these 40-Day Journey books. If this one with Julian is indicative of the series, they will all be wonderful. The passages by the author (Julian of Norwich in this case) are short enough to think
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Francine
Nov 09, 2015 rated it really liked it
This is part of a 40-Day Journey series which includes Joan Chittester and Parker J. Palmer (both favorites of mine). The mystic, anchorite Julian lived 1342-1416 (roughly, nothing is known absolutely); even her name comes from the church she was attached to at the time of her death.
This mysterious sainted woman left us her writing about her visions of Jesus; this we know for certain.

Good to follow alone or with a partner or small group.

Recommended.

Anna
Jun 02, 2010 rated it it was amazing
really great journaling book! Thought provoking and inspiring. A friend went through this with me - her suggestion - and I'm glad she did!
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for my first time reading a book like this I liked it.
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