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Vanier, Jean
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Tape 1A

Item consists of 1 audio cassette from a Faith and Sharing Retreat held in August 1982 in Detroit, MI. Item features a talk by Jean Vanier.

Tape 5B

Item consists of 1 audio cassette from a Faith and Sharing Retreat held in August 1982 in Detroit, MI. Item features a talk by Jean Vanier.

Tape 6A

Item consists of 1 audio cassette from a Faith and Sharing Retreat held in August 1982 in Detroit, MI. Item features a talk by Jean Vanier.

Tape 6B

Item consists of 1 audio cassette from a Faith and Sharing Retreat held in August 1982 in Detroit, MI. Item features a talk by Jean Vanier.

Tape 1B

Item consists of 1 audio cassette from a Faith and Sharing Retreat held in August 1982 in Detroit, MI. Item features a talk by Jean Vanier.

Tape 2A

Item consists of 1 audio cassette from a Faith and Sharing Retreat held in August 1982 in Detroit, MI. Item features a talk by Jean Vanier.

Tape 2B

Item consists of 1 audio cassette from a Faith and Sharing Retreat held in August 1982 in Detroit, MI. Item features a talk by Jean Vanier.

Tape 3A

Item consists of 1 audio cassette from a Faith and Sharing Retreat held in August 1982 in Detroit, MI. Item features a talk by Jean Vanier.

Tape 3B

Item consists of 1 audio cassette from a Faith and Sharing Retreat held in August 1982 in Detroit, MI. Item features a talk by Jean Vanier.

Tape 4A

Item consists of 1 audio cassette from a Faith and Sharing Retreat held in August 1982 in Detroit, MI. Item features a talk by Jean Vanier.

Tape 4B

Item consists of 1 audio cassette from a Faith and Sharing Retreat held in August 1982 in Detroit, MI. Item features a talk by Jean Vanier.

Tape 5A

Item consists of 1 audio cassette from a Faith and Sharing Retreat held in August 1982 in Detroit, MI. Item features a talk by Jean Vanier.

Photograph of Jean Vanier and Mother Teresa

Item consists of a framed black and white photograph of Jean Vanier, Mother Teresa, and an unidentified nun (wearing the same striped habit as Mother Teresa). The two women are smiling, and Jean Vanier appears to be laughing. The group is walking outside.

Photograph of Jean Vanier

Item consists of one photograph of Jean Vanier. He is looking to his right with his hands in his pockets and appears to be talking. He is standing outside amidst a pile of scrap wood. He is wearing a beige scarf and black jacket over a sweater and collared shirt.

Photograph of Jean Vanier

Item consists of one photograph of Jean Vanier. He is looking to his left and smiling. He is standing outside in front of a stone building. He is wearing a beige scarf and black jacket over a sweater and collared shirt.

Photograph of Jean Vanier

Item consists of one photograph of Jean Vanier. He is standing outside in front of a window and is smiling at the camera. He is wearing a beige scarf and black jacket over a sweater and collared shirt.

Photograph of Jean Vanier and Père André de Jaer

Item consists of one photograph of Jean Vanier talking to Père André de Jaer, a Jesuit priest from Belgium. De Jaer is smiling up at Vanier. Vanier, seen from his left side, is leaning over towards the man, with a hand extended. He is wearing a black jacket.

Photograph of Nouwen and Jean Vanier

Item consists of a photograph of Nouwen standing in a classroom with his hand on Jean Vanier's shoulder after introduction of Vanier to his Christian Spirituality students at Harvard Divinity School.

Letters from Jean Vanier

File consists of letters from Jean Vanier, writing from Trosly-Breuil, France, and a typed letter from Nouwen.

Letters from L'Arche

File consists of letters, including four photo cards, and articles from members of the L'Arche community of Trosly-Breuil (also called La Ferme) in France, including official correspondence from Jean Vanier and letters from Thérèse Monique, Barbara, Agnes, Simone Landrien and Larry Gray. Also includes the original draft of a letter written by Nouwen to his students at Boston College explaining his reasons for joining the L'Arche community, and a letter from Therese [Cecury?] giving Nouwen the address to her parents Paul and Marie Peeters in France (it has been annotated "file: Trosly").

Letters from Jean Vanier

File consists of letters from Jean Vanier, including a typed article "The Youth of Today: an urgent Appeal to the Church", the pamphlets "Jeunes d'aujourd'hui: un pressant appel a l'Eglise", "Our Inner Journey", and copies of the articles "A Home for the Crushed and Lonely" and "The Families of Jean Vanier". One letter includes a note from Barbara of L'Arche Trosly-Breuil.

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