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Silf, Margaret

File consists of an email from Margaret and Klaus Silf to the Henri Nouwen Literary Centre regarding their visit to L’Arche Dayreak and book reviews of Nouwen’s books written by Margaret (included).

Sharp, Jeff, PhD

File consists of correspondence between Mary Lou Daquano and Jeff Sharpe regarding an essay he wrote about Henri Nouwen titled “Jewels Among the Ashes: Wisdom Gleaned Through Work with a Mentor”. Included is a copy of the essay annotated by [Sue Mosteller?] and notes about her thoughts for use in a response to Sharp.

Sforza, Lorenzo

File consists of correspondence with Lorenzo Sforza-Cesarini.

Seeds of Hope

File consists predominantly of evaluation forms regarding the Seeds of Hope retreats including original feedback forms; retreat statistics; and revenue and cost reports. Also in the file are an interoffice memo from Maureen Wright regarding proposed dates and themes of retreats, and an email from Mary Lou Duquano to Toni Urbanski regarding a reimbursement to Sue Mosteller in Trust for a Seeds of Hope event (copy of reimbursement cheque included).

Seeber, Sandy

File consists of correspondence with Sandy Seeber.

Schulzetenberg, Richard

File consists of correspondence between Sue Mosteller and Richard Schulzetenberg regarding The Road to Peace: Writings on Peace and Justice by John Dear and a donation to the Henri Nouwen Literary Centre. Included in the file is a photocopy of a cheque and the Thank You note Mosteller sent in response to the donation.

S year 2000

File consists of correspondence from various individuals whose last name or organization begins with S. The correspondents include: Kathleen Spendiff; RJ & ML Stoller; Marily M. Sheaffer; Meinrad Scherer-Emunds; Don Stone; Adrian Smith; Martha Saatjian; Norman Stolpe; Slovensko; and Father Xavier, which appears to have been misfiled. Included in the file is a letter for Laurent J.M. Nouwen from Kathleen Spendiff accompanied by a request that her letters to Henri Nouwen be returned; and a Study Guide for use with Out of Solitude Three Meditations on the Christian Life prepared by Martha Saatjian.

Rose, Rick

File consists of an email from Jim Towey to Sue Mosteller, regarding the raising of funds for L’Arche Haiti and the need for material to include in brochures for potential donors.

Rogers, Fred

  • CA ON00389 C3-6-2-150
  • File
  • 1989-1992, 1995-1996, 1998-2000
  • [இதன்] பகுதியானHenri Nouwen Collection

File consists of personal correspondence from Fred Rogers to Henri Nouwen regarding the impact of Nouwen’s writing, their friendship and his work on the television show Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood. Also in the file is correspondence from Rogers to Sue Mosteller regarding Nouwen and the opening of the new Dayspring Chapel, the dedication of which was attended by Rogers and his wife Joanne. Included in the file is a letter from Joanne Rogers to Nouwen; an invitation from the University of Pittsburgh Press asking Nouwen to contribute an essay for a book marking the 25th anniversary of Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood accompanied by a copy of Nouwen’s response declining; seasonal greeting and birthday cards; photographs taken by the Rogers during a 1998 visit to L’Arche Daybreak; a photocopy of a response letter written to Mary Carney by Rogers; copies of letters sent to Rogers by various people about Nouwen’s writing; and an order form for Living Hope: A Study of the New Testament Theme of Birth from Above by William Orr and William Guy.

Rodleighs - Circus Barum

File consists of personal correspondence from Rodleigh and Jennie Stevens to Henri Nouwen and, later, Sue Mosteller and Kathy Christie. Included are updates about the Steven’s family and their trapeze act the Flying Rodleighs; tour schedules; responses to Bart [Gavigan]’s documentary [Angels Over the Net] about the Flying Rodleighs; a letter of condolence and to the L’Arche Daybreak community upon Nouwen’s death; correspondence regarding Rodleigh Steven’s writing; and correspondence regarding a contribution to Beth Porter’s anthology Befriending Life: Encounters with Henri Nouwen. Also in the file is a letter to Nouwen from Steve Gossard regarding a book Gossard was writing about the trapeze; photocopies of articles about the circus and the trapeze; a thank you letter from Kailene Stevens to Nouwen for a parcel of gifts; an biographical account of Rodleigh Stevens and the Flying Rodleighs in response to a request from Isabella Steyaert at The Company Media Productions; a photocopy of the last letter Nouwen sent to the Stevens prior to his death; letters from Karlene Stevents; and printed photos of Flying Rodleighs-based artwork. File also includes a copy of the [unpublished?] manuscript for What a Friend We Had in Henri by Rodleigh Stevens. Included are notes and edits by an unknown hand.

Robert Linda

File consists of a fax from Linda Robert to Kathy Christie and Sue Mosteller regarding feedback and publication advice about her book Life is Like an Onion: A Bereaved Mother’s Journey of the Heart Through Grief, to Hope and New Beginnings regarding the death of her son. Included are excerpts from the manuscript and notes about the content.

Richard, Phil

File consists of two copies of an email from Phil Richard, an editor at Missionary Messenger, to Sue Mosteller thanking her for sending three of Nouwen’s books including [Adam: God’s Beloved].

Rhodes, Michael

File consists of one letter from Sue Mosteller to Ken Wales, Executive Producer, CBS Television and Michael Rhodes of Michael Rhodes Films that accompanied copies of [Adam: God’s Beloved], [The Return of the Prodigal Son] and an unidentified video of Nouwen’s life for consideration for the Christy television series.

Responses to Sue's letter sent W. Bread for the Journey

  • CA ON00389 C3-6-2-145
  • File
  • January 12, 1997 – January 14, 1997
  • [இதன்] பகுதியானHenri Nouwen Collection

File consists of two personal letters, one from Steve Keiser and the other from Robert J. Wick, thanking Sue Mosteller for sending copies of Bread for the Journey.

Reprint requests

File consists of correspondence from Ex Machina Publishing Company regarding the printing and reprinting of the Nouwen article “Care and the Elderly” for the book The Call to Care on behalf of the Center for Medicine and Ethics at Sioux Valley Hospital in Sioux Falls, South Dakota.

Christie, Kathy

File consists of records presumably kept by Kathy Christie for reference purposes. Included is correspondence with Michael Rhodes regarding filming at L’Arche Daybreak and documents pertaining to the L’Arche Daybreak Redesign Committee. File also includes a typed personal letter to Mike, Ken and Andris (last names unknown) from Kathy Christie detailing the experience of working for Henri Nouwen and his impact on her life.

R - year 2000

File consists of one personal postcard from Julia Ramon to the Henri Nouwen Literary Centre regarding From Fear to Love: Lenten Reflections on the Parable of the Prodigal Son. Attached to the postcard is a note from Maureen Wright to Kathy Christie regarding the order of international waybills.

Quotes

File consists of reference material regarding the quotes from Henri Nouwen used in Beth Porter’s anthology Befriend Life. Included are photocopies of published works; a photocopy of an article about Hillary Clinton; and Porter’s note about the quotes and their placement within the text.

Quotations used in publishing: permissions

File consists of correspondence and reference material regarding permissions for the publication of Nouwen quotes from works including “A Spirituality of Waiting”; his course notes about Vincent Van Gogh for use in a book by Carol Berry, and his writing about caregiving. Samples of Nouwen’s work and notes by Kathryn Smith are included in the file.

Second file folder consists of correspondence between Verne D. Koehlinger of Stephen Ministries and Maureen regarding the production and marketing of a videotape and study guide based on the sermons Henri Nouwen delivered on Hour of Power at the Crystal Cathedral. Included are notes by Wright and Kathy Christie regarding the project; printed Stephen Ministries website pages; correspondence with legal counsel Monique Van Remortel regarding the rights associated with the recordings; and correspondence regarding the Henri Nouwen Literary Center’s decision not to follow through with the project.

Q year 2000

File consists of personal correspondence from Nancy Reyes Ortiz de Quiroga (Cochabamba, Bolivia) to the Henri Nouwen Literary Centre, regarding Nouwen’s books and spiritual support of her family.

Prodigal Son - Russian, Sallybrass

File consists of correspondence regarding the publication of The Prodigal Son in Russian by St. Andrew’s Orthodox Publishing House. Included is an email from Andrew Sallybrass of Caux Books with an estimate for the translation and correspondence between Laurent Nouwen and Sue Mosteller regarding support for the project and associated publication rights.

Prisoners

File consists of letters that accompanied copies of Bread for the Journey and were sent by Sue Mosteller, Kathy Christie, Joyce Doyle and Tannis Arnett to various social activists while in prison. Included in the file are responses from the prisoners; a letter to Sue Mosteller from Art Laffin; and the Autumn 1998 edition of The Little Way: Dorothy Day Catholic Worker where the contact information for the prisoners appeared.

Porter, Beth

File consists of correspondence from Beth Porter to Henri Nouwen regarding L’Arche Daybreak and the Building Interfaith Understanding project; copies of Porter’s writing and course assignments; and correspondence and meeting notes regarding Porter’s anthology Befriending Life. Included in the file are copies of letters Porter wrote to others, including Nathan Ball, and forwarded to Nouwen; a copy of an invitation for a Justice Seeking Faith event sent to Porter; drafts and copies of letters inviting people to contribute essays for use in Befriending Life; a proposal by Porter to take a six-month leave to write and edit; Health Communications, Inc. Submission Guidelines; lists of potential and confirmed Befriending Life contributors; copies of project updates sent to contributors; and an email from Porter to Trace Murphy regarding Doubleday’s agreement to publish Befriending Life and how to prepare the manuscript for publication.

Second file folder consists of correspondence and reference material regarding the development and publication of Beth Porter’s anthology Befriending Life: Encounters with Henri Nouwen. Included are copies of letters from Porter and Sue Mosteller inviting people to contribute essays for use in Befriending Life; a letter and potential cover art from Linda Punch at Counterpunch; a letter from Health Communications Inc. declining to publish the book; photocopies of photos for use in the book accompanied by notes about their sequencing and the names of people in the photos; correspondence regarding permissions from contributors, for the use of photographs and for the quotation of Nouwen’s work; a copy of the Contributor’s Agreement used for the project; a proposed biographical sketch for Nouwen; and a proof of the final Befriending Life cover.

Third file folder consists of correspondence, meeting notes and reference material in regards to the development, publication and editing of Beth Porter’s anthology Befriending Life. Included are outlines and drafts of contributor invitation letters; lists of potential contributors and their contact information; a copy of Beth Porter’s curriculum vitae; an agenda and reference material regarding a meeting with Philip Coulter; copies of letters sent to potential contributors by Sue Mosteller and follow up letters sent to participating contributors by Beth Porter; a copy of “Merton and Nouwen as Brothers” by Michael J. Christensen presented at a Thomas Merton and Henri Nouwen: Living with God in Modern American symposium on January 29, 2000; the tentative order of anthology entries and titles; an invoice from Counterpunch book for cover design work; responses to Beth Porter’s questions about preparing the manuscript for publication from Trace Murphy at Doubleday; copies of letters sent by Maureen Wright to various publisher’s requesting permission to use Nouwen quotes in Befriending Life; and drafts of essay contributions. Also in the file is an undated newspaper clipping from the Toronto Star of Beth Porter’s article “What kind of society do we want?”; a fax to Sue Mosteller from Maggie Graham regarding L’Arche Daybreak’s publications catalogue; and a photograph of Henri Nouwen with Cardinal Joseph Bernardin in April 1996.

Permissions - articles, etc.

  • CA ON00389 C3-6-2-136
  • File
  • 1997-2001, predominant 1998-2000
  • [இதன்] பகுதியானHenri Nouwen Collection

File consists of correspondence regarding the use of Henri Nouwen’s work and the process for granting associated permissions. Included is a form letter drafted by legal counsel Monique Van Remortel for use by Sue Mosteller when contacting publishers to determine if she, as Literary Executrix, can grant permission to use Nouwen’s work; requests from various contacts regarding permission to reprint Nouwen’s work; an overview of the Henri J.M. Nouwen Award created by the Religion Division of the American Association on Mental Retardation; requests made by the Henri Nouwen Literacy Centre for use on their website; and copies of some of the requested material by or about Nouwen.

Perfect Impressions

  • CA ON00389 C3-6-2-135
  • File
  • 1997, 2000-2001, predominant 2000
  • [இதன்] பகுதியானHenri Nouwen Collection

File consists of correspondence between Kathy Christie, Maureen Wright and Ara Khajerian of Perfect Impressions Inc. regarding the design and content of Henri Nouwen Literary Centre stationery. Included are design comments from Christie and invoices for the associated work.

Pearce, Simon (glass cup)

  • CA ON00389 C3-6-2-134
  • File
  • 1991-1992, 1994-1995, 2000-2001
  • [இதன்] பகுதியானHenri Nouwen Collection

File consists of correspondence between Mary Lou Daquano and Peter Konetschny regarding the glass cup Nouwen used while at L’Arche Daybreak that is referenced in his book Can You Drink the Cup? Included is a request to the cup’s designer, Simon Pearce, to forward a catalogue to Konetschny; a copy of a photo in which the glass appears, taken at the opening of the Nouwen Archives; original correspondence regarding the order of two glass cups and host plates; shipping invoices; personal cards from Pearce to Nouwen; and pages torn from an issue of Touring featuring Pearce’s work.

Palmer, Parker

File consist of an email from Maureen Wright to Parker Palmer asking for permission to circulate copies of his article “All the Way Down: Depression and the Spiritual Journey” from the September/October 1998 issue of Weavings. File includes photocopies of the article; other writings by Parker Palmer including articles and annotated excerpts; flyers for events with Palmer; and Palmer's resume.

P year 2000

File consists of correspondence from various individuals whose last name or organization begins with P. The correspondents include: Caroline Hughey of Prospect Place, Shirley W. Ryan of Pathways Awareness Foundation, Marilyn Penny and Baska Pes[illegible] from L’Arche Inverness.

O'Laughlin, Michael

File consists of correspondence between Michael O’Laughlin and Sue Mosteller regarding the publication of a book about Henri Nouwen and Jesus. Included are copies of a O’Laughlin’s “Flying with the Dutchman: A Review of Two Recent Books About Henri Nouwen” from the Fall/Winter 1999 edition of Christian Spirituality Bulletin, written, in part, as a counter to Michael Ford’s Wounded Healer; a copy of an email form Laurent Nouwen to O’Laughlin regarding the review and Ford’s book; correspondence between O’Laughlin, Mosteller and Robert Ellsberg at Orbis Books; and correspondence regarding requests for material.

Office meetings

File consists of typed notes from a Henri Nouwen Literary Centre office meeting that took place on November 13, 1997. Topics covered include the website, the location of a retreat and suggestions for time-effective work strategies.

Henri Nouwen Stichting

  • CA ON00389 C3-6-2-129
  • File
  • 1999-2001, predominant 1999
  • [இதன்] பகுதியானHenri Nouwen Collection

File consists of correspondence, meeting minutes and reports regarding the activities of the Henri Nouwen Stichting. Included are updates from Lauren Nouwen and members of the Henri Nouwen Stichting Board, including Sarah Nouwen, regarding potential projects and royalty-based financial arrangements; correspondence about the mailing of Sprouting Seeds and Nouwen-related newsletters; copies of correspondence between Laurent Nouwen and various publishing contacts, including Herder and Lannoo regarding the handling and translation of Nouwen’s published books and the potential for new publications; copies of letters from Laurent Nouwen to Jean Vanier, including a draft invitation asking Vanier to give the first of a series of annual talks; a copy of a letter from Laurent Nouwen to Karen Pascal regarding the financial support of her film about Nouwen; copies of responses from Sue Mosteller to Laurent Nouwen; and the Henri Nouwen Stichting’s financial balance sheets for 1999-2000. Also in the file are brochures for the Stichting De Spil, Herder and Lannoo and a Dutch newsletter produced by the Henri Nouwen Stichting about Zenia Kushpeta’s work in the Ukraine.

Second file folder consists of correspondence, meeting minutes and reference material regarding the incorporation and activities of the Henri Nouwen Stichting. Included in the file are copies of the Henri Nouwen Stichting’s deed of incorporation; correspondence between Laurent Nouwen and Sue Mosteller regarding royalty-based financial support for the Henri Nouwen Stichting; updates about the work of the Henri Nouwen Stichting; Henri Nouwen Stichting Board meeting minutes and agendas; and correspondence from Laurent Nouwen regarding new Nouwen-related book projects, the translation of Nouwen’s published books, work in the Ukraine and general updates about the Nouwen family. Also in the file is a copy of the Henri Nouwen Stichting Nieuwsbrief from 2000.

Henri Nouwen Society of South Africa

File consists of correspondence between George Marchinkowski and Sue Mosteller regarding compassion in the spirituality of Henri Nouwen and the establishment of a Henri Nouwen Society in South Africa and its relationship with other Henri Nouwen societies.

Henri Nouwen Society - U.S. 1999-2000

  • CA ON00389 C3-6-2-127
  • File
  • 1998-2000, predominant 1999
  • [இதன்] பகுதியானHenri Nouwen Collection

File consists of correspondence between Wendy Greer and various contacts regarding the activities of the Henri Nouwen Society. Included in the file are meeting minutes from the September 20 – September 21, 1998 meeting of the Henri Nouwen Society Board; payments made by Greer to Sue Mosteller for legal and brochure costs; a list of Henri Nouwen Society Board members; a list of Henri Nouwen Society mailing list with address changes; an email from Don McNeill regarding Nouwen-related activities and the promotion of Bread for the Journey; an email from Sue Mosteller to Jay Greer regarding the inclusion of Henri Nouwen Society news in the Henri Nouwen Literary Centre’s Sprouting Seeds; copy for the Henri Nouwen Society brochure; a rental invoice from King View; correspondence from Dean Hammer, Wendy Greer and Sue Mosteller regarding a retreat at Yale Divinity School; a photocopy of the May 2000 edit of News from the Henri Nouwen Society; and updates from Wendy Greer.

Henri Nouwen Society board meetings

File consists of correspondence and reference material regarding a meeting of the Henri Nouwen Society Board September 25 – September 26, 1999. Included are Henri Nouwen Society updates from Wendy Greer; a list of questions for discussion at the meeting; information about the International Thomas Merton Society; lists of Henri Nouwen Society Board members; Henri Nouwen Society financial reports for 1999; a copy of a proposal from Dean Hammer for a Nouwen-focused retreat with a copy of his resume enclosed; copies of the meeting agenda and minutes; and a fax from Sara Kendall.

Second file folder consist of correspondence and reference material regarding the first Henri Nouwen Society Board meeting March 24 – March 27, 1998. Included in the is a letter from Sue Mosteller reminding Daybreak Homes of the meeting; a list of flight arrivals; a meeting agenda; mission statements, objectives and overview of the first 18 months of the Henri Nouwen Literary Centre; and a list of Henri Nouwen Society Board members.

Henri Nouwen Society

File consists of correspondence and reference material regarding the establishment and development of the Henri Nouwen Society. Included are drafts of a proposal, accompanied by goals and objectives, submitted to the Board of Directors of L’Arche Daybreak regarding the establishment of Nouwen related charitable organizations in the United States and Canada; Henri Nouwen Society mission statements; correspondence regarding the incorporation of the Henri Nouwen Society in the United States and feedback about the draft Certificate of Incorporation (included); correspondence regarding a Henri Nouwen Society Board meeting held September 20 - September 21, 1998; lists of Henri Nouwen Society Board members; Henri Nouwen Society revenue and expense reports; a photocopy of “Henri Nouwen: New society hopes to nurture Nouwen’s spiritual legacy – without sanitizing his story” (1998) by Ed Wojcicki; a copy of the By-laws of the Henri Nouwen Society; a statement of services from Charles D. Mooney of McCanliss & Early; a Henri Nouwen Society member list; updates and memos from Wendy Greer; Henri Nouwen Society meeting minutes; a “Heart Speaks to Heart” retreat program; a fax from Don McNeill regarding Nouwen-related videos and a panel discussion proposal; a copy of “The New Work of the Nonprofit Board”; copies of News from the Henri Nouwen Society: Special Supplement for Friends in the U.S. and Canada and Nouwen International (September 2000); an email form Maureen Wright about the Henri Nouwen Society Board listserv; and a brochure regarding Henri Nouwen Society’s in Europe, the United States and South Africa.

Nouwen H.J. prospective projects 1996-1998

File consists of correspondence and planning documents regarding a July 1997 Advisory Group Meeting and reference material prepared in preparation for the meeting. Included are Record of Meeting documents from meetings held in October and November of 1996 regarding the handling of Nouwen’s estate and implications for the Daybreak community; a copy of a letter to Laurent Nouwen from Stephen Larson with enclosed reflections about Henri Nouwen’s writing; correspondence and reference documents, indexed alphabetically, regarding Nouwen-related projects for meeting attendees to review and discuss; Advisory Group participant lists; a meeting agenda and minutes; and post-meeting correspondence regarding decisions made and identified work moving forward. Also in the file is a photograph of the Father Henri Nouwen Catholic elementary school and a newspaper clipping about its opening; a mission statement, budget and overview of the first 18 months of the Henri Nouwen Literary Centre; a letter from Christ de Vinck regarding a proposed Nouwen-related book; a rental agreement with St. Joseph’s Centre for September 18-20, 1998; a copy of “Signs of God in the City: First Church Responds to Multi-Cultural Community” (Winter 1995-1996) by Re. Dr. Steven Berry; and a photocopy of “Loneliness and Community: An Interview with Henri Nouwen” by Darryl Tippens.

Nouwen, Paul A.

File consists of personal correspondence between Paul Nouwen and Sue Mosteller regarding visits to L’Arche Daybreak and Henri Nouwen’s gravesite. Included in the file is an email from Monique Walrave, Paul Nouwen’s wife, regarding a trip to Toronto; and updates about other members of the Nouwen family. File also contains a handwritten speech by Paul Nouwen give at the official opening of Dayspring Chapel at L’Arche Daybreak on June 7, 1999. Included in the file is a typed version of the speech.

Henri Nouwen Literary Centre - September retreat: September 18-20 / 98

File consists of documentation regarding a “Heart Speaks to Heart” retreat held September 18 - September 20, 1998 by the Henri Nouwen Society at St. Joseph’s Centre in North York, Ontario. Included are invitee and attendee lists; copies of invitation letters; correspondence regarding travel arrangements; an overview of retreat related revenue and expenses; and an undated copy of a Henri Nouwen Literary Centre newsletter.

Henri Nouwen Literary Centre

File consists of meeting minutes and reference documents regarding the development and objectives of the Henri Nouwen Literary Centre. Included in the file is a copy of Henri Nouwen’s Last Will and Testament; Record of Meeting documents from meetings held in October and November of 1996 regarding the handling of Nouwen’s estate and implications for the Daybreak community; a letter from Laurent Nouwen to Don McNeill regarding a proposal for a Henri J.M. Nouwen Memorial Fund at the University of Notre Dame; minutes from a February 22, 1997 meeting regarding Nouwen’s estate, accompanied by a list of objectives and proposals for handling royalties; letters to Sue Mosteller from Mrs. C. Hylkema, writing on behalf of Laurent J.M. Nouwen; a copy of a letter from Sue Mosteller to Nouwen’s friends requesting that they donate material; a flyer for an advent reflection day hosted by L’Arche Daybreak and the Henri Nouwen Literary Centre on December 4, 1999; a list of bank of accounts; minutes and reference material related to an Advisory Group meeting on January 9, 2000; correspondence, meeting minutes and To Do lists regarding the Henri Nouwen Literary Centre and the Nouwen Archives; and a job description for the Henri Nouwen Literary centre Administrative Assistance.

Nouwen, Laurent

File consists of correspondence between Laurent Nouwen and various individuals, though predominantly Sue Mosteller and Kathy Christie, regarding Henri Nouwen’s estate and legacy; Nouwen related events and projects; and the publication and translation of Nouwen’s work. Included in the file is a contact list of Nouwen’s friends in the Netherlands; correspondence regarding the Memorial Service for Henri J.M. Nouwen held in New York on February 20, 1997; updates to Nouwen regarding the establishment and activities of the eventual Henri Nouwen Society and Henri Nouwen Literary Centre; personal correspondence from Laurent Nouwen regarding his wife and children; a photocopy of Nouwen’s “De mars van Selma naar Montgomery” that appeared in the October 1965 edition of Sjaloom; a list of Nouwen’s book translated into Dutch; a copy of a letter from Laurent Nouwen to Nathan Ball regarding an epilogue Ball wrote for an unnamed Nouwen journal; the transcript of a talk about Nouwen given by Bill Cramsie on April 26, 2000; and a document titled “Henri J.M. Nouwen: An overview of his works”.

Second file folder consists of correspondence between Laurent Nouwen and staff at the Henri Nouwen Literary Centre, and various other individuals, regarding Henri Nouwen related events and projects, the publication and translation of his books and the work of the Henri Nouwen Stichting. Included is correspondence regarding the opening of the new Dayspring; mailing lists for the European recipients of the newsletter Sprouting Seeds; drafts of letters and general correspondence regarding the translation, and associated rights, of Nouwen’s books into Polish, Dutch and German; correspondence regarding the handling of Nouwen Society newsletters; an agenda for a November 3, 1999 Board Meeting of the Henri Nouwen Stichting; updates about Laurent Nouwen’s visit to the Ukraine; an overview of the costs associated with an international newsletter; and a record of payments to the Henri Nouwen Stichting based on royalties received from Lannoo and Herder.

Third file folder consists of correspondence between Laurent Nouwen, Kathy Christie and Sue Mosteller, and various financial institutions, regarding Henri Nouwen’s international accounts following his death. Included are letters from Laurent, acting as Nouwen’s attorney, to various financial institutions informing them of Nouwen’s death, of his beneficiaries, executors, trustees, and secretary of estates; a list of Nouwen’s assets upon his death; and correspondence between Kathy Christie and Roly Browning Watt regarding Nouwen’s assets.

Nouwen Foundation

  • CA ON00389 C3-6-2-119
  • File
  • 2000-2001, predominant 2000
  • [இதன்] பகுதியானHenri Nouwen Collection

File consists of correspondence between Mary Lou Daquano, Sue Mosteller, Jeff Imbach and various other individuals regarding a gathering of Henri Nouwen’s friends January 12-14, 2001 to discuss how to more broadly share the Nouwen’s spirituality in Canada and the possible establishment of a Henri Nouwen Society in Canada. Included are invitation letters and drafts; responses from invited guests; lists of invitees and attendees; drafts and copies of event update letters; emails regarding event planning; and a program outline for the gathering.

Henri Nouwen events - 1999

File consists of programs for a “Memorial Mass for Henri J. Nouwen” on September 20, 1999 and flyers for “In Memoriam: Henri Nouwen, Spiritual Guide, Author, Wounded Healer, Priest” on September 26, [1999].

Nouwen - curriculum vitae

  • CA ON00389 C3-6-2-117
  • File
  • 1991-1993, [1997-2000?]
  • [இதன்] பகுதியானHenri Nouwen Collection

File consists of reference material regarding Nouwen’s publications and professional career. Included are bibliographies and lists of his books; copies of his curriculum vitae; a short autobiography by Nouwen titled “My Sacred History”; and a short biographical sketch about Nouwen. Also in the file an excerpt from “Henri Nouwen Finds a Home” by Alicia Maria Ramirez de Arellano; a fax from Judith Kleppe to Kathy Christie regarding a HarperCollins related typo on Nouwen’s CV; and an invoice for dental surgery Nouwen had in 1991.

Niketan, Asha

File consists of one letter from Leo Jalais, community leader at Asha Niketan in Calcutta, India, to Sue Mosteller regarding her community and a request for Mosteller to contribute an article about her early experiences with the L’Arche organization.

Newsletter

File consists of correspondence regarding, and copies of, the Henri Nouwen Literary Centre’s Sprouting Seeds. Included is a diskette labeled “Henri 2, April 28/99, Newsletter January 99”; copies of a letter from Sue Mosteller to Nouwen’s friends requesting that they donate material; a copy of a Summer 1998 Daybreak Newsletter with word count-based annotations; letters to publishers requesting permission to use excerpts from Nouwen’s books; notes about the mailing of a July 1999 newsletter; a timeline for the release of the September 2000 newsletter; copies of an update about the Henri Nouwen Literary Centre from Mosteller that accompanied a mail out of Adam: God’s Beloved; copies of a brochure with news from the Henri Nouwen Societies (in Europe, the United States and South Africa); copies of Sprouting Seeds.

Editions of Sprouting Seeds in the file:
Autumn 1998
January 1999
July 1999
March 2001
February 2002

National Catholic Aids Network (befriending death)

File consists of correspondence between Sue Mosteller and Fr. Rodney DeMartini regarding the publication of Nouwen’s talk “Befriending Death”, given at the 1995 HIV/AIDS Ministry Conference and sponsored by the National Catholic AIDS Network. Included is a letter of permission from Mosteller to publish the talk transcript as a standalone publication; a copy of a letter sent from Nouwen to DeMartini and Frederick [last name unknown] after a visit to San Francisco in April 1996 (forwarded from DeMartini to Mosteller as a reference); copies of the publication; and publication order forms.

N year 2000

  • CA ON00389 C3-6-2-112
  • File
  • January 5, 2000 – March 4, 2000
  • [இதன்] பகுதியானHenri Nouwen Collection

File consists of email correspondence between Keith Nunn and individuals at the HNLC regarding IT updates and changed to the Henri Nouwen Literary Centre website.

Mulligan, John

File consists of one personal, handwritten letter from Mrs. John (Virginia) Mulligan to Sue Mosteller regarding the receipt of one of Nouwen’s published works and her impressions thoughts about it.

Muller, Wayne

  • CA ON00389 C3-6-2-110
  • File
  • March 22, 1999 – April 3, 1999
  • [இதன்] பகுதியானHenri Nouwen Collection

File consists of correspondence between Sue Mosteller and Wayne Muller regarding the receipt of one of Muller’s books and a request for his opinion about the Nouwen Archives. Included in the file are two promotional brochures regarding Muller’s charity Bread for the Journey and The Third Annual Summer Institute for Engaged Spirituality held in Santa Fe, New Mexico July 3-July 7, 1997.

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