Date(s) - 20/07/2022
10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
For this month Janette has chosen the Tenth Revelation, Chapter 24 of the Long Text in relation to Christ’s wounded side and heart “cloven in two.” She will also add some context in relation to the chere of Christ that Julian refers to, that is, the countenance of Christ and the change Julian witnesses – drawing us into Joy!
You can read selections from the Long Text provided by Janette here.
About the facilitator: Janette Elliott is a University of Divinity PhD Candidate. Janette has been praying and working with the writings of Julian of Norwich over a thirty year period, which is also the subject of her PhD Thesis. Janette has been fascinated with Julian’s engagement with Christ in the context of an ‘anxious age’ not unlike our own, amidst personal struggles and life’s great challenges. Originally a teacher, and formed strongly in Benedictine spirituality, Janette seeks to share Julian’s ‘distilled wisdom’ to encourage and empower others to trust the Divine strength within them – grounded in the God of Love, Com-passion and Blessing – as Julian did.
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Meeting ID: 853 7127 6477
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The suggested donation for each Spiritual Reading Group is $5 which helps offset costs involved in providing the sessions.
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The 2022 program for Spiritual Reading Group will continue via zoom on the third Wednesday of each month as follows:
17 August to be confirmed
21 September Wendy Crouch on St Catherine of Siena
19 October Susan Frykberg on Jeremy Begbie
16 November Susan Southall on Constantine Cavafy
Bookings are closed for this event.