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2FAB: Julian of Norwich

2FAB: Julian of Norwich

Jayan Koshy joins as a special guest to talk about the life and legacy of the anchoress from Norwich

 

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Laura Snow Hawkins

What a beautiful and informative tribute to my favorite Saint, Julian of Norwich! Thank you so much for the great resources and books to look into. I would love to hear more about Julian of Norwich. When y’all do an in-depth study, if y’all have already done it or for more resources, please list or email me. I have provided my email address below. Your pod cast is an inspiration. Our EfM group likes to get together over the summer and I usually pick out a theme for our reading list. I would like to have the participants choose a saint to follow, research and discuss this summer…brilliant idea! Thank you!

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