Order of Julian of Norwich

Two nuns from OJN.

The Order of Julian of Norwich is a contemplative community of monks and nuns in the Episcopal Church. It was founded in Connecticut in 1985, but is now located in Waukesha, Wisconsin. They are semi-enclosed, and the focus of their life together is on prayer, contemplation, and manual labor.[1]

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