More commonly known as 'Revelations of Divine Love,' this series of visions and later reflections on them are surely the most well-known of the rich spiritual fruit to emerge from fourteenth-century England. Currently misused and coopted or suspiciously abused by warring sides in battles over feminism in the church, Lady Julian proves to have a theological depth and a precise, occasional use of maternal imagery about God that is entirely consistent with Tradition, as Dom Leclercq clearly demonstrates in his preface. She deserves (and we will benefit from) an unbiased reading. Preface by Jean Leclercq.
An Eighth Day View:
Here are witty and startling perceptions of the "feminine" nature of God by one of the greatest of all English mystics.