If you live in Atlanta, I hope you’ll make time during Holy Week to join the Atlanta Julian Meeting for a special event on Tuesday, March 18. The group will be praying the Stations of the Cross, using a version published by The Friends of Julian of Norwich in the UK. Each station features an excerpt from the mystical writings of Julian of Norwich, along with a Bible passage and one or two short prayers. The Stations of the Cross is a beautiful devotion, and Julian’s vivid, visionary writing brings a new measure of clarity and spiritual insight into this Lenten observance.
Alas, I will not be there that evening; I will have just returned from Virginia with my father who is moving to Georgia to be closer to me and my brother. Hopefully the Julian Meeting with make praying that Stations an annual event and I’ll be able to participate next year.
Here are the details: the Stations of the Cross with Julian of Norwich will take place on Tuesday, March 18, at 7 PM, at the Episcopal Church of the Atonement, 4945 High Point Rd, Sandy Springs, GA. Follow this link for a map.