St. Juliana of Norwich
Benedictine English mystic, sometimes called Julian. She was a recluse of Norwich, living outside the walls of St. Julian's Church. In 1373, she experienced sixteen revelations. Her book, Revelations of Divine Love - a work on the love of God, the Incarnation, redemption, and divine consolation - made her one of the most important writers of England. She wrote on sin, penance, and other aspects of the spiritual life, attracting people from all across Europe. She is called Blessed, although she was never formally beatified.
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