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University of St. Michael's College, John M. Kelly Library, Special Collections
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Little Sisters of Joy fonds

  • CA ON00389 F19
  • Fonds
  • 1999-2019

The collection documents the Little Sisters of Joy and the part that Gila Margolin plays in it.

It is divided into five series:

  1. Organizational records
  2. Publications
  3. Concerts and Events
  4. Photographs
  5. Gila Margolin, personal

Little Sisters of Joy

The League of Nations Declarations

File consists of a booklet entitled 'The League of Nations: Declarations by The Rt. Hon. H. H. Asquith, M.P.'

Organizational records

Records document the foundation's mandate, activities, and history. They include the foundation's logo creation, "foundational statement", historic timeline, press cuttings, and newsletters.

"A Tetrad" original preparatory material

This file contains materials from the process of creating "A Tetrad: Measuring McLuhan's Impact," a chapbook honouring Marshall McLuhan, "a St. Michael’s professor who rattled the world with his take on the influence of media and technology. The chapbook is both a digital and a hand-printed instance of McLuhan’s tetrad concept.

Master Printer Deborah Barnett, in collaboriation with Archivist Simon Rogers, printed the chapbook in the Kelly Library Print Studio in January 2019, while Conservation Manager Natasa Krsmanovic planned and facilitated the sewing.

The chapbook comes in two numbered editions: a pamphlet-stitched version of 125 copies and a Coptic-bound version in a run of 25. Both editions are letterpress printed from plates on 100% cotton paper and are die cut and hand sewn. The file contains samples of both and more.

Grievances in Ireland

File consists of a booklet entitled 'Grievances in Ireland by one of the Tolerant Majority.'

Marshall McLuhan Collection

  • CA ON00389 C6
  • Collection
  • 1936-2019, predominant 1936-1970

Collection consists of monographs, articles, copies of articles, reviews and newspaper clippings written by and surrounding Marshall McLuhan. These records were collected and compiled by James Feeley in an effort to create a Marshall McLuhan bibliography; from 1962 until his death in 1993, Feeley worked on McLuhan's bibliography, with help from McLuhan's secretary Mrs. M. Stewart.

Marshall McLuhan Collection is arranged into nine series:

  1. Published Material Written by McLuhan
  2. Book Reviews Written by Marshall McLuhan
  3. Conference Proceedings Written by Marshall McLuhan
  4. Published Material Written about Marshall McLuhan
  5. Interviews with Marshall McLuhan
  6. Reviews of Books Written by Marshall McLuhan
  7. Reviews of Books Written About Marshall McLuhan
  8. Copies of the Varsity/University of Toronto Graduate featuring Explorations
  9. Ephemera – Book Jackets; Advertisements/Pamphlets; Transcripts; Unpublished Materials Written by Marshall McLuhan

McLuhan, Marshall

Gila Margolin, personal

This series is divided into two main categories:

The first contains copies of Gila Margolin's family tree (Margolin and Bergson), as well as a copy of a family photograph.

The second contains ephemera from Margolin's travels (brochures, tickets, a tote), and correspondence.

Concerts and Events

This series is divided into two main categories:

The first contains audio recordings of Gila Margolin's concerts, music sheets and lyrics from her performances, and an audio recording by Jeffrey Houghton which depicts the origins of The Little Sisters of Joy.

The second contains promotional materials from events, mainly concerts and book launches. In many cases, concerts are given in the framework of book launches.

Photographs

Photographs document Gila Margolin's travels, friends, family, and concert performances.

Photographers credited throughout. Note that Kevin Low photographed all of the prints in the album.

"McLuhan on Campus" exhibition panels and press

The file contains 30 exhibition panels from the exhibition "McLuhan on Campus: Local Inspirations, Global Visions" (John M. Kelly Library, Oct 13 – Dec 20, 2016) as well as "St.Michael's; University of St. Michael's College in the University of Toronto Alumni Magazine" vol. 55, no. 2, Fall 2016. The magazine's cover says "Remembering McLuhan; New Exhibit Shines Spotlight on Visionary Educator." [article p.19]

The exhibition explores the development of Marshall McLuhan’s theories in the context of his academic and personal life at the University of St. Michael’s College. McLuhan’s central role in the rise of the Toronto School of Communication is presented through artifacts, audio, texts, video and photographs selected from archival repositories across the University of Toronto and the Federated Colleges of St. Michael’s, Trinity and Victoria.

The exhibition features items drawn from the Special Collections and holdings at St. Michael’s, including material from the Sheila and Wilfred Watson archives, Donald Theall papers and Marshall McLuhan collection. Rare and intimate examples on display include McLuhan’s correspondence and collaborations with friends and colleagues on campus such as Claude Bissell, Tom Easterbrook, Carl Williams, Harold Innis, Edmund Carpenter and Northrop Frye.

"McLuhan on Campus" exhibition test prints

"McLuhan on Campus: Local Inspirations, Global Visions" was an exhibit in the John M. Kelly Library from Oct 13 – Dec 20, 2016.

The exhibition explores the development of Marshall McLuhan’s theories in the context of his academic and personal life at the University of St. Michael’s College. McLuhan’s central role in the rise of the Toronto School of Communication is presented through artifacts, audio, texts, video and photographs selected from archival repositories across the University of Toronto and the Federated Colleges of St. Michael’s, Trinity and Victoria.

The exhibition features items drawn from the Special Collections and holdings at St. Michael’s, including material from the Sheila and Wilfred Watson archives, Donald Theall papers and Marshall McLuhan collection. Rare and intimate examples on display include McLuhan’s correspondence and collaborations with friends and colleagues on campus such as Claude Bissell, Tom Easterbrook, Carl Williams, Harold Innis, Edmund Carpenter and Northrop Frye.

Rev. Lyle E. Schaller dies at 91: helped protestant churches survive and grow

File consists of Rev. Lyle E. Schaller obituary published in the New York Times. The article highlights Rev. Schaller's influence amongst Protestant church leaders; his work advising parishes surrounding generational and demographic challenges; and his character. The article also mentions a 1988 survey regarding influential figures among Protestant church leaders in which Lyle E. Schaller was named most often (43%) by 1,497 national and denominational leaders and Henri Nouwen was named second most often (39%).

Spirituality and art : Emily Carr and Van Gogh

File consists of a transcription of the Fourth Annual Henri J.M. Nouwen Lecture entitled "Spirituality and Art: Emily Carr and Van Gogh" delivered by Dr. Stephanie McKenzie, Associate Professor, Memorial University, on March 18, 2015 at Sacred Heart University, Connecticut.

Material by Nouwen

Series consists of materials by Nouwen that was collected after his death. Series includes journal articles; transcripts of Nouwen's talks, homilies, and presentations; interviews; and manuscripts.

The series is divided in the following subseries:

  1. Works by Nouwen
  2. Transcripts of Nouwen's talks
  3. Excerpts and compilations of Nouwen's work

Intersection / introspection: the point-counterpoint effect of Henri Nouwen's spiritual wisdom on the life of a worshipper

File consists of the handout for a seminar run by Tom McDonald on April 5, 2014 at The King's University in Van Nuys, California. The handout is comprised of a title page, schedule of lectures and selected quotes from Henri Nouwen's published works. Also included in the file is an email and card sent from McDonald to Gabrielle Earnshaw.

Nouwen memorabilia and ephemera

Series consists of Henri Nouwen memorabilia and ephemera received by the archives after Nouwen's death. Material in the series includes articles, promotional materials, catalogues, research files, souvenirs, and artefacts. The series is separated into four subseries:

  1. Nouwen events, promotional material, programs and souvenirs
  2. Publisher materials
  3. Artefacts

Publications

This series includes two books written by Gila Margolin, "The Moving Swan" (2006), and "Where the Woods Meet the Water" (2014). There is one copy of the former and three copies of the latter, one in French ("La où les bois côtoient l'eau").

Uitgeverij Lannoo

File consists of a 2014 book catalogue produced by Uitgeverij Lannoo (Tielt, Belgium).

Publisher materials

Subseries consists of catalogues and pamphlets from publishers that advertise books by and about Henri Nouwen, including Crossroad Publishing Company, Bellarmin, Darton Longman and Todd, Doubleday, Fides, Harper Collins, Lannoo, Novalis, Orbis Books, Ave Maria Press, and Canterbury Press.

Our wounds show us that we need God

File consists of a section of the April 14, 2013 edition of Retreat & Renewal Centres that contains the article “Our wounds show us that we need God” by Vanessa Santilli. Santilli talks about Nouwen's writings and the idea of the wounded healer in this piece.

A place to be

File consists of an article by Barbara Zwaan entitled "A Place to Be" about Henri Nouwen and the L'Arche Daybreak community. Zwaan answers the question: "Why did Henri Nouwen make Daybreak his home?" The paper was written after Zwaan's visit to the Nouwen Archives and Daybreak in June 2013 on a stipend from Henri Nouwen Stichting, Rotterdam, The Netherlands. The article was originally published in Dutch in Herademing: Tijdschrift voor spiritualiteit en mystiek, No.82, Utrecht: Kok, December 2013.

Reviews of genius born of anguish: the life and legacy of Henri Nouwen

File consists of a review titled "The Life of a spiritual Goliath", which is a review of "Genius Born of Anguish: The Life and Legacy of Henri Nouwen" (2012), by Michael Higgins and Kevin Burns. Review was written by Stephen Bede Scharper. Scharper discusses Nouwen in depth and talks about his spiritual life and how he, despite his achievements, suffered from self-doubt.

Faith and Sharing Federation fonds

  • CA ON00389 F5
  • Fonds
  • 1968-2012

The fonds consists of administrative, organizational, summary and financial records relating to the Faith and Sharing Federation. The records range in date from 1968 to 2012. The fonds is composed of eight series:

  1. History and Spirit of Faith and Sharing
  2. Documents of the Secretary, North American Committee
  3. Correspondence of the North American Committee
  4. Documents related to participation in the Canadian Conference of Catholic Lay Associations
  5. Faith and Sharing Bulletins
  6. Financial Files
  7. Sound recordings of Retreats
  8. Secondary resources collected by Madeleine Sguin, Secretary of the North American Committee, related to Jean Vanier

The majority of the records are textual however, as indicated, the fonds includes almost 200 recordings of retreats, including many talks by founder Jean Vanier.

Faith and Sharing Federation

Henri Nouwen Literary Trust and Henri Nouwen Society administrative files

  • CA ON00389 C3-6-3
  • Subseries
  • 1979-2012, predominant 2000-2007
  • [இதன்] பகுதியானHenri Nouwen Collection

Subseries consists of files relating to the administrative business of the Henri Nouwen Literary Trust and the Canadian branch of the Henri Nouwen Society including correspondence, reference material and newsletters. Due to the overlapping administrative support of the Henri Nouwen Literary Trust and the Canadian and American branches of the Henri Nouwen Society, records pertaining to the operation of these entities are not uncommon. Unless otherwise noted references to the Henri Nouwen Society can be understood as encompassing both the Canadian and American branches of the organization.

Topics in this series include: the selection and repackaging of Nouwen’s writing and talks for new publications; the establishment of the Nouwen Archives at the University of St. Michael’s College in Toronto, Ontario; Nouwen related articles, book reviews and events; copyright, distribution and usage permissions related to Nouwen’s work; the financial support of Nouwen related projects; legal agreements and paperwork pertaining to the management and settlement of the Nouwen Estate; the translation of Nouwen’s work; requests for materials or financial donations; and Nouwen's funerals. Included is documentation regarding the addition to Dayspring; the production and development of Journey of the Heart: the Life of Henri Nouwen; the development of books by Michael O’Laughlin, Michael J. Christensen and Rebecca Laird; reporting and budgeting information for the Oral History Project; and the permissions associated with Nouwen’s appearance on the Hour of Power at the Crystal Cathedral in 1992.

Advent / Lenten manuscripts

File consists of draft manuscripts of Advent and Lenten anthologies containing excerpts from Nouwen’s published works. Compiled by Kathryn Smith the titles include: Repent and Live; Jesus: Beloved Son; Finding Our Sacred Centre: A Journey to Lourdes; From Fear to Love: Lenten Reflections on the Parable of the Prodigal Son; and Journey of the Heart: Lenten Prayer with Henri J.M. Nouwen. Also included in the file is a printed email from Smith outlining the intended use of the material and a computer printed photo of Henri Nouwen.

Assorted articles by Henri Nouwen - from solitude to community to ministry

File consists of copies of articles by or containing material by Henri Nouwen including “Nouwen on King”; “Moving from Solitude to Community to Ministry”; “Contemplation and Ministry”; and “Intimacy, Fecundity and Ecstasy”. Also included in the file is the newspaper article “Prodigal Son: a new look at an old story” by Robert Durback from St. Angela News; the published booklet “Called to Life, Called to Love- Lenten Reflections from the works of Henri J.M. Nouwen”; the pamphlet “Our Greatest Gift- a Meditation on Dying and Caring” by Henri Nouwen; a transcript of the talk “An Evening with Henri Nouwen- Grant McEwan Community College, sponsored by the Edmonton L’Arche Association- From Resentment to Gratitude”; and “Letter from Vincent Van Gogh to Theo van Gogh, The Hague, c. 3-5 December 1882” printed from the website Web Exhibits.

Permission information

File consists of photocopies of various articles published in magazines and journals by Henri Nouwen, some accompanied by handwritten notes indicating the text has appeared in other publications. Also included in the file is a letter from Jan Attridge to Kathryn Smith regarding the Henri Nouwen Legacy Trust’s right to grant permission for reprints of articles by Nouwen that appeared in America; and a letter from Barbara Brutt of Ave Maria Press that accompanied a Portuguese edition of With Open Hands. Copies of articles in the file include: “Power, Powerlessness and Power”; “Intimacy, Fecundity and Ecstasy”; “All is Grace”; “The Peace That is Not of This World”; “Compassion: Solidarity, Consolation and Comfort”; “Moving from Solitude to Community to Ministry”; and “Adam’s Peace”.

Incoming correspondence

File consists of incoming correspondence to the Henri Nouwen Society including photographs from Henri Nouwen Society events; reflections on personal interactions and the impact of Nouwen; articles about Nouwen; correspondence about book contributions; and information and material about Nouwen events around the world. File also includes photographs of Paul Nouwen's visit to Richmond Hill in 1999. One letter from George Brown to Nouwen Society offers brown's re-worked chronological Nouwen Bibliography which the site later referenced for its chronological listing.

Faith and Sharing Bulletins

The series consists of Faith and Sharing bulletins for the years 1977 to 2012. The bulletins generally contain a short letter of introduction by the Secretary and the Co-ordinator of the Faith and Sharing Federation, agendas for retreats and lists of participants. After 1979 the newsletters contain the minutes of meetings for the Executive Committee. The bulletin often features letters written by attendees of the retreats regarding their experiences, regional news items and copies of letters written by Jean Vanier and other members of the Faith and Sharing Federation regarding their experiences and reflections on the work of the Faith and Sharing Federation and the L'Arche communities. Also included in the series are reports of accounting balance sheets for the bulletins for the years 1997 to 2011.

Faith and Sharing Bulletins

The file consists of Faith and Sharing bulletins from 2009 to 2012.

Included are French and English copies from:

April 2009 - Vol. 35 No. 2
October 2009 - Vol. 36 No. 1
April 2010 - Vol. 36 No. 2
October 2010 - Vol. 37 No. 1
April 2011 - Vol. 37 No. 2
October 2011 - Vol. 38 No. 1
April 2012

HNLC archives - letters

File consists of draft letters from Sue Mosteller and Netannis Arnett soliciting donations of Nouwen’s writing, letters, photographs, video/audio tapes, etc. for cataloguing and inclusion in the Nouwen Archives at Yale University. File also consists of copies and transcripts of material from the Henri Nouwen Archives, including articles appearing in journals and magazines, speeches and talks, and printouts from the Henri Nouwen Society website. Includes a transcript of “An Evening with Henri Nouwen, Saint James’ Church, November 11, 1993”; “Transcript of Henri Nouwen’s Presentation on Prayer, Westminster Church, February 10, 1991”; “Transcription of a talk on Pentecost by Henri J.M. Nouwen for Sojourners, 1985”; “Transcript of a talk by Henri J.M. Nouwen, dated March 13, 1991”; “HNSS Volume III: A Spirituality of Living the Word- Letter and Interview Excerpts”; “Mary, Our Mother”, “A Homily on Waiting”; “Contemplation and Ministry”; and the manuscripts for “The Mystery of the Passion”, “Prayer and Health Care” and “The Life in Faith”. Also in the file are articles by other authors including “A Heart’s Desire: Henri Nouwen’s Journey Home” by Diana L. Chambers; “The Deepest Questions of Life and Faith” by Jim Wallis; and “An Interview with Henri Nouwen” by Catherine Walsh, along with a printout from the Chicago Sun Evening Club website entitled “Message by Henri Nouwen- Journey to L’Arche” from a broadcast that aired on October 1, 1989.

Financial Files

Series consists of annual and monthly financial reports of Faith and Sharing (later the Faith and Sharing Federation), including statements of income and expenditure, and income tax reports.

Henri Nouwen Literary Trust and Society

  • CA ON00389 C3-6
  • Series
  • 1974 – 2012, predominant 1996-2007
  • [இதன்] பகுதியானHenri Nouwen Collection

Series consists of publisher files, correspondence, administrative records and photographs pertaining to the operation of the Henri Nouwen Literary Centre, the Henri Nouwen Literary Trust and the Henri Nouwen Society.

Henri Nouwen Literary Centre, Henri Nouwen Literary Trust and Henri Nouwen Society series consist of:

  1. Henri Nouwen Literary Centre publisher files
  2. Henri Nouwen Literary Centre correspondence files
  3. Henri Nouwen Literary Trust and Henri Nouwen Society Administrative Files

Henri Nouwen Society

Christian spiritual masters

File consists of a copy of chapter 2 from "Spiritual Masters of the World's Religions" by James A. Wiseman. The chapter is called Christian Spiritual Masters and uses Henri Nouwen as an example of a spiritual leader who used his own personal failings and weaknesses to connect with readers. Author James A. Wiseman links Nouwen's openness to the work of Thomas Merton who had a similar style of spiritual exploration.

Novalis

File consists of Catalogue générale 2001. File also includes a letter to Gabrielle Earnshaw from Maxine Levine, Sales and Marketing Assistant, dated September 5, 2012, which was sent with the new biography of Genius Born of Anguish (Higgins and Burns. Toronto, ON: Novalis Books, September 2012), along with a publisher summary of the book.

Interview with Father John Eudes Bamberger

File consists of an interview with Father John Eudes Bamberger interviewed by Joe Vorstermans at the Abbey of the Genesee in Piffard, New York. Bamberger was the abbott and superior of Nouwen at the abbey. There is a transcription available in the folder. Themes in the interview include discussions on the Genesee Diary and Nouwen's time at the Abbey.

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.

Oral History Project

Series consists of materials from the 'Completing the Vision: The Oral History of Henri Nouwen' project that was undertaken by Sister Sue Mosteller, Executrix of the Henri Nouwen Literary Centre in partnership with the Henri Nouwen Society and The Henri Nouwen Archives and Research Collection. The project was funded by grants from the Louisville Institution, the Nouwen Society and gifts in kind. The project intended to capture the personal and intimate nature of Nouwen's life and works by interviewing people from Nouwen's extensive network of intellectuals, clerics, lay ministers and ordinary citizens including those from all socio-economic backgrounds, cultures, faiths and traditions who were influenced by Nouwen or influenced him. The interviews were meant to paint a multi-coloured canvas of Nouwen in his many roles and give us a perspective not available in his own writings. Further, the project was a contribution to the ongoing study of religious experience in the 20th century. The project had three specific goals:

  • Fill in historically significant gaps in the present record of Nouwen's life
  • Gain an understanding of why and how a man of such enormous contradictions touched the lives of so many people and drew criticisms of others
  • To give an opportunity for the wide variety of people who were impacted by Nouwen and who in turn contributed to his theological and pastoral vision to give expression to their experience and understanding

From these goals it is hoped this project would act as a resource for contemporary ministry and be an inspiration for ministers, teachers and lay people alike. Further, the project would compliment the writings of Henri Nouwen and the dozen or so newly published books that have explored his legacy since his death.

The interviews conducted for this project relate to four specific periods in Nouwen's life:

  • Early Seminary/University Years 1951-1964
  • Menniger and Notre Dame Years 1964-1967
  • Yale and Harvard Years 1971-1985
  • Final ten years at L'Arche Daybreak 1986-1987

The interviewees range in age, occupation and geographic location but all had a significant relationship with Nouwen at some point in his life. The methodology of the project involved asking each interviewee to spend 30-40 minutes of their interview naming the influences that formed them, their primary relationships, their mission/profession and how their life crossed with Nouwen's.

Over a 24 month period, 93 interviews were conducted, each averaging two hours in length, providing more than 180 hours of multi-textured content regarding Nouwen's theological vision and its impact. The interviewees also recount events of their personal lives and other significant influences unrelated to their relationship with Nouwen. The interviews took place all over North and South America, Europe and Asia and were documented in audio and/or video format. Some of the interviews have been transcribed and a hard copy and/or electronic copy of the transcription are available. Most the interviews and transcriptions are available in English while some are only available in Dutch.

Henri Nouwen Society

Henri Nouwen Literary Centre correspondence files

  • CA ON00389 C3-6-2
  • Subseries
  • 1974-2011, predominant 1996-2000
  • [இதன்] பகுதியானHenri Nouwen Collection

Subseries consists of correspondence files kept by staff at the Henri Nouwen Literary Centre (HNLC) as part of the management of Nouwen’s estate and the business of the HNLC. The files were predominantly created during the four years following Nouwen’s death, prior to the establishment of the Henri Nouwen Literary Trust and the incorporation of the Canadian branch of the Henri Nouwen Society. Due to the overlapping administrative support of the Henri Nouwen Literary Centre and the American branch of the Henri Nouwen Society, as well Sue Mosteller’s continued role with various L’Arche communities, records pertaining to the operation of these entities are not uncommon. Often accompanying the correspondence is reference material in the form of agreements, articles, brochures, reports, proposals, newsletters and biographical sketches. Files containing personal correspondence sent to Nouwen and presumably used as reference material by the staff of the Henri Nouwen Literary Centre appear throughout the series. In several instances business or personal correspondence that took place after Nouwen’s death between the contact and, most often, Mosteller or Kathy Christie also appear in these files.

Topics in this series include: planning and research regarding the management of Nouwen’s legacy and estate; the mission, goals and incorporation of the Henri Nouwen Society; the relocation and development of the Nouwen Archives; the publication of Nouwen’s unpublished and revised published works; the translation and use of Nouwen’s work and the associated royalties and copyright restrictions; the writing and publication of Nouwen related books by authors including Beth Porter, Michael Ford, Tim Jones, Deidre LaNoue and Michael O’Laughlin; Nouwen focused retreats, workshops, lectures, courses and memorials; the production of Nouwen related audio and visual projects; the design and launch of Nouwen related newsletters and websites; the funding and functions of the Henri Nouwen Stichting; responses to and reviews of Nouwen’s writing; Nouwen’s influence on Hillary Clinton; the operations of the Thomas Merton Center; and Nouwen’s appearance on Hour of Power at the Crystal Cathedral.

Miscellaneous catalogues and notes to Sue

  • CA ON00389 C3-6-2-103
  • File
  • 1994-1995, 1998-1999, 2011
  • [இதன்] பகுதியானHenri Nouwen Collection

File consists of book catalogues from Lannoo (Dutch), Editions Dangles (French), Adeo (German) and Editorial Salterrae (Spanish). Also in the file is a note from Lisa Biedenbach to Sue Mosteller that accompanied two copies of Nouwen’s Jesus and Mary: Finding Our Sacred Center.

Thomas Merton and Henri Nouwen: principal architects of our spiritual wisdom

File consists of one booklet featuring an essay about Thomas Merton and Henri Nouwen by Michael W. Higgins. Higgins writes about Nouwen and Merton as spiritual writers and how they have articulated a spirituality for a contemporary secular culture, and are models of post-conciliar spirituality.

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