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CTT, 239-42 1. What is mysticism? 2. Why has the church been suspicious of mysticism in general? 3. How did Catherine of Siena’s parents respond to her vocation? 4. Why did Catherine of Siena criticize the pope? 5. Who was Julian of Norwich? 6. What is an anchoress? R, 91-100 1. What is the subject of the seventh revelation? 2. What is the subject of the thirteenth revelation? 3. What is the subject of the fifteenth revelation? 4. Which person of the Trinity is our Mother, according to Julian? 5. What qualities does Julian associate with motherhood? 6. What does Jesus do for us that mothers do for their children? 7. Why does God allow us to fall (ch. 61)? 8. Are we bound to God by nature, by grace, or both? 9. In chapter 63, Julian says “truly is sin unnatural.” What does she mean? CTT, 239-42 1. Mysticism is a particular spiritual phenomenon which expresses itself in direct, intense experiences of union and oneness with God 2. Some people claim to have revelations from God but really didn’t and used the claim
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