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From Father Richard Rohr’s Meditation on Julian of Norwich, Part II:

Dame-JulianLady Julian of Norwich uses the idea of “oneing” to describe divine union. In Chapter 53 of Revelations of Divine Love, she writes, “The soul is preciously knitted to Him in its making by a knot so subtle and so mighty that it is oned into God. In this oneing, it is made endlessly holy. Furthermore, He wants us to know that all the souls which are one day to be saved in heaven without end are knit in this same knot and united in this same union, and made holy in this one identical holiness.”

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For the Wikipedia article on St. Julian of Norwich, click here.

For the full text of St. Julian’s The Revelations of Divine Loveclick here.