Julian of Norwich (born ca. 1342) was a Christian mystic who, when she was close to death, felt the peace and joy only God could offer, and she was healed. She worked as a counselor to many and wrote several works which are still read and loved today. Her most famous quote comes from her deeply rooted belief that God is near: “All shall be well, all shall be well, in all manner of things all shall be well” (https://stjuliansaustin.org/about/who-is-julian). This article recounts the story of the life of Julian. She lived during the Black Death, hardly a time of peace and tranquility. Yet she found peace in Christ.
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