Beloved: Henri Nouwen in Conversation

Beloved: Henri Nouwen in Conversation

Henri Nouwen, who died in 1996, was one of the most outstanding spiritual leaders of the recent times. A priest, academic and author of over 40 books, his ministry found a new depth of expression when he joined l'Arche. This work is created from an interview with Henri Nouwen in which he reflects on the themes that have inspired his writings.
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Henri Nouwen, who died in 1996, was one of the most outstanding spiritual leaders of the recent times. A priest, academic and author of over forty books, many of which remain in print, his ministry found a new depth of expression when he joined l'Arche, the residential communities founded by Jean Vanier for people with profound learning disabilities. Living and working among them, the themes he had explored in his writing and speaking took on a deeper resonance. A frequent theme in many of his writings is that we are all beloved of God and discovering this to be true for ourselves is the key to becoming fully alive and fully human, no matter what our gifts or abilities or lack of them.
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Isbn / Product Code 9781853118098
Dimensions 198 x 135
Printed Pages 96
Format Hardback
Year Of Publication 9/28/2007
Publisher Canterbury Press Norwich
Author Roderick, Philip
Product Code 9781853118098
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