…And All Manner Of Thing Shall Be Very Well.

Not the most joyous picture of Mother Julian, or her cat, I’m sure. Which one is the Tablet for?

It is the job of the mystic to stand beside their time and speak of the Hope that has been put into them, and applaud loudly about it.

Dame Julian of Norwich did just that, in her own time, and for this she is known as Blessed.

The gift possessed of the mystic is to see Christ’s Triumph amidst the blackest worldly gloom, and to promote His Joy and Hope there.

May it please Almighty God that the world be filled with Christ’s mystics until the end of time.

About Brother Burrito

A sinner who hopes in God's Mercy, and who cannot stop smiling since realizing that Christ IS the Way , the Truth and the Life. Alleluia!
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1 Response to …And All Manner Of Thing Shall Be Very Well.

  1. golden chersonnese says:

    Dear brother burro, that reminded me of what Professor James Mcauley, convert and formerly professor of poetry at the University of Tasmania, wrote years ago:

    Incarnate Word, in whom all Nature lives,
    Cast flame upon the Earth; raise up contemplatives
    Among us, men who walk within the fire
    Of ceaseless prayer, impetuous desire.
    Set pools of silence in this thirsty land.

    (A letter to John Dryden)

    http://www.poetrylibrary.edu.au/poets/mcauley-james/a-letter-to-john-dryden-0151060

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