Print preview Close

Showing 16 results

Archival description
Henri Nouwen fonds Palmer, Parker J.
Print preview View:

Letters from Parker and Sally Palmer

File consists of letters from Parker Palmer and Sally Palmer, most relating to Nouwen's activities at Pendle Hill during the summer of 1977, namely the workshop “Education in Community" June 26 – July 1.

Letters from the Lilly Endowment, Inc.

File consists of a letter from Fred L. Hofheinz, Senior Program Officer of the Lilly Endowment Inc., as well as a typed and annotated draft letter by Nouwen regarding the status of his research and the importance of Jane Bouvier and John Mogabgab in his work, as well as his collaboration with Parker Palmer, Howard Weaver, Don McNeill and Doug Morrison.

Letters from Parker J. and Sally Palmer

File consists of letters from Parker Palmer and his wife Sally, including a pamphlet from Pendle Hill by Parker titled "Escape and Engagement: some reflections on the Inward and the Outward Life."

Letters from Parker Palmer and Sally Parker

File consists of letters from Parker Palmer and his wife Sally Parker (one thanking Nouwen for a gift of a 1600 year-old pot), including:
-a typed letter from Nouwen, a page of handwritten notes and a typescript of his introduction to Parker' s book "The Promise of Paradox"
-manuscripts by Parker Palmer titled "Desert Truth: Toward a Contemplative Knowing"
-proposal for a summer institute at Pendle Hill for 1982 titled "Formation for Ministry in Community"
-copy of Parker's booklet "Going Public: a working paper for Christians on the renewal of the public life".
-itnerary for an Ad Hoc Committee on Religion and Philanthorpy for September 28 - 29, 1981.
-correspondence between the Palmers and John S. and Marjorie Mogabgab, Robert W. Lynn of the Lilly Endowment Inc., Sr. Dolores Schuh CHM, administrative secretary at the Institute for Ecumenical and Cultural Research, and Ursula Scott, the extension secretary at Pendle Hill.

Letters from Parker J. and Sally Palmer

File consists of letters from Parker J. Palmer and Sally Palmer, including a number of unpublished manuscripts and published articles by Parker and Sally, as well as a thank-you to Nouwen for writing the forward to Parker's book "In the Belly of a Paradox: A celebration of contradictions in the thought of Thomas Merton."

Letters from Parker J. and Sally Palmer

File consists of letters from Parker J. Palmer and his wife Sally Palmer and a very long typed letter from Nouwen, to which is attached a letter from November 11, 1982.

Letters from Parker J. Palmer

File consists of letters from Parker J. Palmer, including a copy of a letter sent by Palmer to The Lilly Endowment and two pamphlets from Pendle Hill (Wallingford, PA).

Letters from Lilly Endowment Inc.

File consists of letters from officials at the Lilly Endowment Inc. (particularly Barbara G. Wheeler) regarding Nouwen's research grant for the years 1976 to 1979. Includes progress reports by Nouwen where he discusses plans to write a book “The Ministry of Vincent Van Gogh”, his work on compassion and memory and his collaboration with John Cook and Parker Palmer. Also contains expense budgets from Nouwen.

Letters from the Lilly Endowment Inc.

File consists of letters from Fred L. Hofheinz and Robert W. Lynn of the Lilly Endowment Inc. as well as two typed draft letters by Nouwen and a typed proposal by Nouwen and Parker Palmer to study the Spirituality of the Teacher.