File consists of ten letters (one addressed to Connie Ellis, Nouwen's administrative assistant), and an essay from Betty (Elizabeth K.) Mahan. File also includes a newspaper clipping and copy of a typed letter of response from Ellis.
File consists of six letters (several sent from L'Arche La Ferme, Trosly-Breuil, France), and three cards from Carl MacMillan. File also includes an invitation to a welcome party for MacMillan as new director of Irenicon from Richard and Carol Wysopal.
File consists of a note from Bob (Robert) L. Larsen, Pastor of Southminster Presbyterian Church (Oklahoma City, OK). File also includes a get well card signed by various people, a leaflet for a service at Southminster Presbyterian Church, and a bookmark.
File consists of a letter from Rev. M. Robin Thomson, on behalf of the Lawrence Park Community Church (Toronto, ON), inviting Nouwen and members of the L'Arche Daybreak community to share in presentation and song at their Church.
File consists of three letters from (Rev.) Gunar J. Kravalis regarding past and future interviews with Nouwen. File also includes a copy of a letter to (Rev.) John Congram, of Presbyterian "RECORD", regarding several of Nouwen's books and two book reviews of Nouwen's "In the Name of Jesus" and "Letters to Marc about Jesus". File also includes copies of two typed letters from Nouwen.
File consists of a letter from Art Laffin, a Statement of Conscience signed by Laffin and others regarding an action to disarm the Pennsylvania Trident submarine, a Call to Confession and Witness, the biographies of the participants in this action, and a personal statement by Laffin. File also includes a typed copy of a press release from the Thames River Plowshares Support Committee.
File consists of one letter from (Dr.) Rod Lacey, writing from Victoria, Australia. File also includes a copy of a very long typed letter from Nouwen about inner freedom, in which he mentions the writings of Eknath Easwaran, an Indian spiritual teacher.
File consists of five letters from (Dr.) Bernie (Bernard) Lammers. File also includes copies of two typed letters of response from Connie Ellis, Nouwen's administrative assistant, as well as a copy of an article by Lammers entitled "The Purpose of Religion."
File consists of a postcard and an invitation to the First Holy Communion of Jonathan Ladley, son of Peter and Pat Ladley, on July 2 1989 at Genesis Farm (Blairstown, NJ). File also includes a small piece of card stock with the handwritten notes 'unframed Trinity Icon,' 'photos,' and 'Ladley,' as well as two photographs: one of Peter, Pat, David and Jonathan Ladley, and one of David and Jonathan.
File consists of letters from members of the L'Arche community, including: -Mirelle [last name unknown], [Angelline] [last name unknown], Père Andre, and Père Thomas from L'Arche at Trosly-Breuil -David Rothroek from L'Arche Calcutta -Mary [last name unknown] and Margaret [last name unknown] from L'Arche Carrefour in Haiti -Josephine Lenon from L'Arche Calgary -Rocky and Lolly Rothrock -Judy [O'Donnell] from L'Arche Antigonish -Ric Rose, Director at L'Arche Tahoma Hope, as well as official correspondence from Jaques Macabeo of L'Arche Internationale and from Margaret [last name unknown] of L'Arche in the Americas (including minutes and other documents relating to the Commission on Ecumenism and implementing Roman Catholic guidelines for Eucharistic hospitality in L'Arche communities). File also includes a paper by Bruno Barnhart entitled "L'Arche and Monasticism" and a copy of a reflection by Jean Vanier about the formation of priests and their characteristics for today's world.
File consists of three letters and a card from Susanna (and her sister, Mary) Knoble, including a note to Connie Ellis, Nouwen's administrative assistant. File also includes a letter of response from Ellis.