The British Library houses part of the national repository of manuscripts, private papers and archives and original manuscripts of Julian's work. Extracts from the Amherst Manuscript are reproduced on the Umilta website.
Scotland's Heather Innes and Ireland's Jacynth Hamill form the Celtic a capella duo Caim. The duo tour extensively in the British Isles, Ireland and in mainland Europe, Australia, and North America. Heather and Jacynth accompanied Fr Gregory of the Order of Julian of Norwich on his 2007 UK tour, performing a selection of their songs at St Julian's Church and working with Fr Gregory on a Music and Meditation CD.
You can access Julian’s book on the Christian Classics Ethereal Library, to download or to read online.
The Gloriana website contains a comprehensive collection of lively and informative essays by Elizabeth G. Melillo, Ph.D. on various medieval characters and subjects, including Julian.
The Julian Meetings are an international ecumenical network of groups who meet together to foster the teaching and practice of contemplative prayer in the Christian tradition.
At julianofnorwich.com you will find information about Julian and about Revd. Linda Loving and her one-woman dramatic portrayal of Julian in a production by playwright J. Janda. The play, featuring Revd. Loving, was filmed on location in Norwich, England, during the summer of 2005 and a DVD of the production is available to purchase.
Luminarium is an anthology of English Literature featuring Julian of Norwich. Includes comprehensive bibliography, links to various biographies and related websites, and a list of essays and articles on Julian.
The Order of Julian of Norwich is a religious order of monks and nuns following the practices of Christian monasticism. The order was founded in 1985 and is based in Wisconsin, USA. Its vocation is to creatively renew the traditions of contemplative and mystical spirituality in the Episcopal Church, and to be a living witness to Julian’s Revelations of Divine Love.
Originally named after Julian, Bishop of Le Mans, St Julian's is where Julian lived and the church from which she took her name. It is part of the parish of St John the Baptist, and the church houses the Julian Shrine. The parish are closely associated with the work of the Friends of Julian.
The Umilta website is named after St Umilta of Faenza, the Florentine mystic and contemporary of Julian. It contains an extensive collection of scholarly essays on Julian of Norwich and about her ‘Showing of Love’ and its contexts. Also features a list of book reviews, a bibliography, and sections on related topics such as Women in the Middle Ages, Benedictines, Women and the Bible, and The Cloister and its Scriptorium.
Planet of Forgiveness web site http://www.planet-forgiveness.org/is a new charity set up by Anthony Grey which is a new worldwide charity. Head Patron: His Holiness The Dalai Lama. This is a very worthwhile charity which is being set up and well worth looking at and thinking about.
Kings Lynn http://www.stmargaretskingslynn.org.uk/links.html was the birth place of Margery Kempe who spent many long hours in the church of St Margaret in vigils and meditations. Her meeting with Julian is well documented as Margery travelled from Kings Lynn to visit Julian in her cell in Norwich.