File consists of one letter from Walter H. Krebs, requesting permission to quote from Nouwen's published works, including a copy of a short typed letter from Nouwen (dated September 8, 1992) and a two page typed forward by Krebs (dated April 20, 1993).
File consists of one letter from Pastor Bonny Kinnunen, including her book review of "The Return of the Prodigal Son", a news clipping documenting her review, and a short typed letter from Nouwen thanking her.
File consists of two letters from John D. Morgan, Coordinator of the Centre for Education About Death and Bereavement at King's College (London, ON), inviting Nouwen to speak at a conference on death and spirituality.
File consists of two letters from Martin (Marty) King, responding to Nouwen's four booklets on Peace, Waiting, Freedom and Power. Also includes photocopies of articles and information booklets regarding Promise Keepers, a male-focused ministry based out of Boulder, CO.
File consists of three letters from Fr Benjamin Kim, SDB, writing from Korea, requesting permission for the Salesians to translate several of Nouwen's books into Korean. One letter his heavily annotated with publishing information by Nouwen and at least one other administrative assistant.
File consists of two letters from John A. Keelan, responding to "Life of the Beloved", "The Genesee Diary" and "The Road To Daybreak", and inviting Nouwen to speak at the St. Louis Spirituality Faire (Pittsford, NY).
File consists of one letter from Elizabeth Kelly, of the Christian Community of Family Ministry (Vista, CA), writing with concern regarding Nouwen's talk at the Episcopal National Convention. She challenges Nouwen's assertion of putting the poor, oppressed and weak at the centre of community.
File consists of one letter from Br Joe Kathula, OFM, writing from Mt. Irenaeus Franciscan Mountain Retreat (West Clarkville, NY), thanking Nouwen for his work in establishing Dayspring at L'Arche Daybreak.
File consists of one letter from Mag. Elizabeth Walcher, on behalf of Katholisches Bildungswerk in Salzburg, Austria. Walcher invites Nouwen to Salzburg to the 50 year anniversary of the Katholische Bildungswerk, but also invites him simply to visit the beautiful city.
File consists of one letter from Prof. dr. J. Van der Vloet, Director, on behalf of Kairos Katechistenopleiding Roermund. Van der Vloet invited Nouwen to write a proposal for their round table discussions at Kairos, a training program for Catholics in Roermund, Netherlands. Includes an informational folder for Kairos.
File consists of one letter from Steven Johnsrud. Johnsrud writes about his education and professional plans, as well as his writing. Letter includes a notecard with a quote that reads "forgiveness is the perfume that the trampled flower casts back upon the foot that crushed it."
File consists of seven letters and newsletters from Alan Johnson and Martha McMane, including a programme from the celebration of the couple's installation as co-pastors of Saugatuck Congregational Church (Westport, CT).
File consists of a letter from Doris K. Donnelly, Professor of Theology, on behalf of John Carroll University (Cleveland, OH), inviting Nouwen to give a keynote address at an international symposium honouring Leon-Joseph Cardinal Suenens of Belgium. Also includes biographical information regarding Suenens and photocopies of some of his published work.
File consists of one letter from the Venerable Colin R. Johnson, Archdeacon of York in the Diocese of Toronto for the Anglican Church of Canada, thanking Nouwen for a retreat at Daybreak and his responding to his book "With Open Hands".