Julian's Revelations

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November 25, 2013 Podcast

Veronica Mary Rolf has spent much of her life in the professional theatre, as a playwright and actress. She also has trained and directed professional actors around the globe. However, her interest in teaching extends beyond the stage. Rolf is also a certified teacher of Christian meditation and has designed and taught a three-year course on the history of Christian mysticism. She offers workshops, meditation groups, and retreats, including "Mornings with Julian of Norwich," and “A Retreat with Julian," inspired by the words of the 14th century mystic. Rolf visited America House to discuss her new book, Julian’s Gospel: Illuminating the Life and Revelations of Julian of Norwich.

Sara Damewood
3 years 3 months ago

Great interview! What enthusiasm she has.... perfect for telling Julian's story. Looking forward to the book!

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