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Barbarian Press Papers

  • Manuscript Collection
  • 1987-2012

Papers for its commissioned and non-commissioned work. Includes correspondence, designs, dummies, proofs from blocks and page proofs.

Barbarian Press

James Bacque Papers

  • Manuscript Collection
  • [1948]-2019

Bacque, James

Graeme Gibson Papers

  • Manuscript Collection
  • 1959 - 2019

Drafts and final manuscripts for his novels; correspondence including editorial correspondence for Anansi Press and correspondence relating to PEN Canada.

Gibson, Graeme

Karen Mulhallen Papers

  • Manuscript Collection
  • 1949-ongoing

Mulhallen, Karen

January 29, 1980, George Durner, "Sexuality" (part 1)

Item consists of 1 audio cassette featuring a talk given at a Renewal event for l'Arche Daybreak assistants.

Content notes (or transcription) from beginning of the recording: What I am going to share with you is for the most part what Jean Vanier shared in our group at the renewal. And also about where all of that has gone inside of me since then, i.e. what I have done with it. Thirdly, I will share what a marriage therapist shared at the renewal. Lastly, I tried to put Jean's thoughts in a reasonable order as he often doesn't follow an obvious structure as he speaks.

January 22, 1980, Joe Egan, "Sexuality"

Item consists of 1 audio cassette featuring a talk given at a Renewal event for l'Arche Daybreak assistants.

Content notes (or transcription) from beginning of the recording: I want to share this morning on the theme of sexuality from the renewal last summer which had a number of speakers on this topic, especially Jean Vanier, who spoke about Christian sexuality and living community together as men and women. Jean started with the basics which means going back to the relationship between mother and child.

#5: Brenda Herman. Saturday PM/Evening

Item consists of 1 audio cassette featuring a talk given at an Accompaniment Workshop in Nanaimo, BC.

Content notes (or transcription) from beginning of the recording: You need to know yourself and have good self boundaries to listen well to others and to have the energy needed to do that. This evening we are going to look at how do you walk with a person who is grieving.

Morning talk

Item consists of 1 audio cassette featuring a talk given by Jean Vanier on October 20, 1990, most likely during a retreat for Assistants at l'Arche Daybreak.

Content notes (or transcription) from beginning of the recording: I want to begin by saying, "Do you remember/" To talk about a bit about how it all began. The beautiful and sacred story of Daybreak. It all began at Marylake in 1968. Sue Mosteller was there and Sr. Rosemary Donavan of the OLM's who gave us this property, which is a gift of God to you all through them. This is holy land for us to have a home and a place where we can grow.

Conference 5, Tuesday afternoon. March 15, 1988. George Strohmeyer

Item consists of 1 audio cassette featuring a talk given at a retreat for Assistants from March 13-18, 1988.

Content notes (or transcription) from beginning of the recording: Begin today by saying I hope you are perhaps having a bad day. A good day could be an illusion of being a good retreatant already. In reality, you might feel heavy or tired if things are not going well. We will see. Invite you again to relax and rest.

Conference 1 - Opening Session. March 13, 1988. George Strohmeyer (in English) and Regine [last name unknown] (in French)

Item consists of 1 audio cassette featuring a talk given at a retreat for Assistants from March 13-18, 1988.

Content notes (or transcription) from beginning of the recording: Conf 2: We are like the disciples whom Jesus loved. They came for many reasons and slowly they became attracted to Jesus by what he said and his consistency with all people, rich and poor. They loved the way Jesus could announce good news.

Conference 5, Wednesday morning, Sr. Sue Mosteller, "The call, the cost, and the finality"

Item consists of 1 audio cassette featuring a talk given at a retreat for assistants at Morrow Park in Toronto, ON, from March 1-7, 1987.

Content notes (or transcription) from beginning of the recording: Conf #5: Today's talk is about the call. Ten years ago at a L'Arche meeting Mary Crosby from D.C. spoke to us about what are the characteristics of a call from God. There are four aspects.

Daybreak Assistants' Formation

Item consists of 1 audio cassette featuring a talk given by Sr. Sue Mosteller for the l'Arche Daybreak assistants, a formation event, given on September 24, 1986. The talk is contained on two cassettes, and is titled "Personal Growth".

Daybreak Assistants' Formation

Item consists of 1 audio cassette featuring a talk given by Sr. Sue Mosteller for the l'Arche Daybreak assistants, a formation event, given on September 24, 1986. The talk is contained on two cassettes, and is titled "Personal Growth".

April 5, 1986. George Strohmeyer (in English)

Item consists of 1 audio cassette featuring a talk by George Strohmeyer and Robert Larouche at a Zone Assistant Retreat from March 31 - April 5, 1986, in Orangeville, ON.

Content notes (or transcription) from beginning of the recording: It is a privilege for me to speak here. I remember what Jean Vanier said years ago: "Don't be afraid to talk, you will start to hear yourself." So thank you. Today, we want to be with Jesus at the end of His life.

March 31, 1986. Conference #1. Robert Larouche (in French) and George Strohmeyer (in English)

Item consists of 1 audio cassette featuring a talk by George Strohmeyer and Robert Larouche at a Zone Assistant Retreat from March 31 - April 5, 1986, in Orangeville, ON.

Content notes (or transcription) from beginning of the recording: This retreat is a privileged time, an unique occasion to reflect in what we live everyday in our homes and communities and to deepen. Ask you to take advantage of this time as it goes fast. I feel small in my job to try to speak about the truth of L'Arche & the truth of Jesus in the poor. It helps to do this with Fr. George. So much is given to us everyday at L'Arche.

Part 2 - Robert Larouche

Item consists of 1 audio cassette featuring a talk given by Joe Egan and Robert Larouche at the annual weekend for l'Arche Daybreak assistants in September 1985.

Content notes (or transcription) from beginning of the recording: In North America the oppression is more discrete than in Haiti. The suffering is more hidden. But many people are trying to live gospel values. L'Arche is part of this thirst for something new. A discovery that our society and its materialism is not fulfilling.

Jean Vanier, Conference #10

Item consists of 1 audio cassette featuring a talk given by Jean Vanier at an Assistants' Retreat in Erie, PA, in August 1984.

Content notes (or transcription) from beginning of the recording: What's important is that we are in the process of growth, to accept ourselves as we are, know we are forgiven and that a covenant links us with our God and our people. So important to grow to greater maturity, openness, love and wisdom. We have to work on growth--a plant will die with no water. We too can die in the Spirit. What factors help us to grow? What do we need to grow?

Jean Vanier, Conference #7

Item consists of 1 audio cassette featuring a talk given by Jean Vanier at an Assistants' Retreat in Erie, PA, in August 1984.

Content notes (or transcription) from beginning of the recording: Sometimes people say to me: Isn't dismal to be living with people with disabilities? As if living with normal people isn't depressing! With our people we celebrate and have fun. We must go deeper into the truth of Jesus, It is the day we accept our wounds we can begin to celebrate, It's a great mystery. The Good News is announced to the poor, not to those who serve the poor.

Jean Vanier, Conference #6

Item consists of 1 audio cassette featuring a talk given by Jean Vanier at an Assistants' Retreat in Erie, PA, in August 1984.

Content notes (or transcription) from beginning of the recording: I want to talk this afternoon about anger, our own anger. Where does it come from and what do we do with it? Why do we explode? Why do we hate people? Why do we reject people? Why does one culture reject another culture? Where are our fears coming from? These are very important questions.

Jean Vanier, Conference #5

Item consists of 1 audio cassette featuring a talk given by Jean Vanier at an Assistants' Retreat in Erie, PA, in August 1984.

Content notes (or transcription) from beginning of the recording: Yesterday talked about how Jesus shepherded so beautifully that woman of Samaria. He helped her to discover her beauty and challenged her. Jesus is the good shepherd and he wants us to be good shepherds too. After 20 years of living with people with a lot of inner pain, I see how essential shepherding is. Either we help people to grow or we crush them. Either we confirm people or we destroy. This choice is in our power.

Jean Vanier, Conference #1

Item consists of 1 audio cassette featuring a talk given by Jean Vanier at an Assistants' Retreat in Erie, PA, in August 1984.

Content notes (or transcription) from beginning of the recording: This year is our 20th anniversary of L'Arche. This week I will be sharing with you what we have been discovering and what Jesus has been teaching us as we have welcomed people who are fragile. The great secret that we are learning is contained in those amazing words of Jesus, "Who ever welcomes one of these little ones in my name, welcomes me."

Assistants' Retreat Calgary 1983

Item consists of 1 audio cassette featuring a talk given by Jean Vanier at an Assistants' Retreat in Calgary, AL, in August 1983. Cassettes are labeled sequentially; titles of talks are not given.

Content notes (or transcription) from beginning of the recording: Over these last few years as L'Arche continues to grow (and Faith & Light) I'm touched by being confirmed about L'Arche as I go into different countries and discover it's true that our people have a power of healing. By living with them, thy call us to live the essential.

Assistants' Retreat Calgary 1983

Item consists of 1 audio cassette featuring a talk given by Jean Vanier at an Assistants' Retreat in Calgary, AL, in August 1983. Cassettes are labeled sequentially; titles of talks are not given.

Content notes (or transcription) from beginning of the recording: It's a gift to seek and discover together what our call is. We all need a home and I call us to reflect on what home is all about.

4 - Wednesday night, Jean Vanier

Item consists of 1 audio cassette featuring a talk given by Jean Vanier and Mario Galeazzi at an Assistants' Retreat in Toronto, ON, in August 1982.

1B - Tuesday night, Jean Vanier

Item consists of 1 audio cassette featuring a talk given by Jean Vanier and Mario Galeazzi at an Assistants' Retreat in Toronto, ON, in August 1982.

La paternite de Joseph, la paternite a l'Arche

Item consists of 1 audio cassette featuring a talk given by Jean Vanier at an Assistants' Retreat in April 1982.

Content notes (or transcription) from beginning of the recording: French talk

La vie communautaire

Item consists of 1 audio cassette featuring a talk given by Jean Vanier at an Assistants' Retreat in April 1982.

Content notes (or transcription) from beginning of the recording: French talk

Le pauvre nous derange

Item consists of 1 audio cassette featuring a talk given by Jean Vanier at an Assistants' Retreat in April 1982.

Content notes (or transcription) from beginning of the recording: French talk

Conference 3 - "Jesus meets the Samaritan woman"

Item consists of 1 audio cassette from a Faith and Sharing Retreat held in Kansas City, [MO]. The cassettes feature a talk by Jean Vanier.

Content notes (or transcription) from beginning of the recording: The meeting with Jesus is always a surprise. The meeting at the well with the woman is a model for us.

Hearing the Cry of the Poor Tape 1

Item consists of 1 audio cassettes from a Faith and Sharing Retreat in April 1978. The talk on this item is by Jean Vanier, "Hearing the Cry of the Poor." There are 4 volumes (v1-v4).

Content notes (or transcription) from beginning of the recording: As soon as we get close to wounded people we discover our own wounds, particularly egoism and all that prevents us being free in the Spirit. God says to Moses in Chap. 2 of Exodus: �I have seen the affliction of my people�

Stephen Verney, "St. John's Gospel : Signs of Jesus"

Item consists of 1 audio cassette featuring a talk given at a l'Arche Renewal retreat in Scotland in 1986.

Content notes (or transcription) from beginning of the recording: Talk Three: Jesus comes back to Cana and does another sign. This is a second sign leading us into another theme, the transformation of death. Now it's Royal man, a father, and a sick son and through them Jesus is going to reveal a mystery within himself. Talk Four: We want to explore this morning the mystery of the I Am. And the transformation he wants to work in us is , I think, from I to I Am. I think of I as a center which is afraid because it is set against the rest of the world. It�s trying to grasp and have things and possess God. Then what is the I Am? It is an expression of being now in the moment. I Am is potentially what I am, who is free and whole.

Peter McLachlan, "Violence" (continued)

Item consists of 1 audio cassette featuring a talk given at a Renewal Retreat in 1979. The title of the retreat was "Unless a Man Be Born Again."

Content notes (or transcription) from beginning of the recording: Talk continued

L’Arche Renewal 1979

File consists of 31 audio cassettes featuring talks given at a Renewal Retreat in 1979. The title of the retreat was "Unless a Man Be Born Again."

Content notes (or transcription) from beginning of the recording: I will share today about the "cry." Maybe we could say that "in the beginning was the cry." The cry is at the heart of change. I want to give some guidelines concerning marginal people as agents of change or as prophetic.

Side A: "Who are the assistants?" - Sue Mosteller. Side B: "Who are the assistants?" continued ; Sharing, "To be Accompanied" by Lise Cesanbon ; "To accompany" - Tom Gunn

Item consists of 1 audio cassette featuring a talk given at an unknown Accompaniment event, sometime between 1991-1994.

Content notes (or transcription) from beginning of the recording: Who are the assistants? I put an outline on the blackboard which you can follow. The reason why I want to talk about the assistants is so that we have an understanding of who the person is when we begin to accompany.

Great composers of the 20th century

File consists of a program and recording of the concert, which took place in Walter Hall.

Performers: Student Chamber Ensemble ; Ka Nin Chan, conductor.

Program:

  • Eight pieces for four timpani. Canaries / Elliott Carter (John Thompson, timpani)
  • Sonata for two pianos. Theme with variations / Igor Stravinsky (Kent Price, Amanta Scott, piano)
  • Sonatine / Karlheinz Stockhausen (Nancy Borusiewich, violin ; Leslee Lebar, piano)
  • 15 pieces for harp. Shadows / John Weinzweig (Sharlene Wallace, harp)
  • 15 pieces for harp. Quick march / John Weinzweig (Laura Stephenson, harp)
  • Sonatas and interludes (excerpts) / John Cage (Michael Karswick, prepared piano)
  • Sharon fragments / John Beckwith (Christine Sawicki, Sandra Schwartz, Susan Westmacott, Mirium Wolf, sopranos ; Francine Himelfarb, Carol Richardson, Jacqueline Tracy, Sheila Wills, altos ; Robert Dirstein, Jay Lambie, tenors ; Bruce Alcock, David Parker, Craig Penrose, Steve Warkentin, bass ; Julia Iacono, accompanist)
  • Funf Stucke fur Orchester, op. 10 / Anton Webern (Christine Feierabend, flute, piccolo ; Genevieve Graham, oboe ; Ameene Shishakly, E-flat clarinet ; Laurie Bell, B-flat clarinet ; Janet Parker, horn ; Valerie Cowie, trumpet ; John Loretan, trombone ; Laura Stephenson, harp ; Ian Wright, Craig Penrose, percussion ; Tony Streisslberger, celeste ; Janet Peaker, harmonium ; Liz Alford, violin ; Sheila Smyth, viola ; Margot Marlatt, cello ; Jeremy Webster, contrabass ; Any Charron, mandolin ; Rachel Gauk, guitar)
  • Baroque variations. Phorion / Lukas Foss (Jennifer Cluff, piccolo ; Christine Feierabend, flute ; Genevieve Graham, Lawrence Charge, oboe ; Brian Simpson, Ameen Shishakly, Laurie Bell, clarinet ; Maurizio Rossetto, soprano saxophone ; Eric Degray, bassoon ; Janey Sargent, Jennifer Wilson, Colleen Young, horn ; Mary Jay, Craig Penrose, Steve Warkentin, trumpet ; Lee Milliken, trombone ; Bruce Alcock, tuba ; Ian Wright, Craig Penrose, Lee Milliken, percussion ; Srah Tay, electric piano ; Andy Charron, electric guitar ; Paul Jenkins, electric organ ; Carol Fujino, Anita Buttemer, Valerie Sylvester, Marie-Andree Demers, Vicky Dvorak, Joanna Zabrowarna, violin ; Sheila Smyth, Marie-Claude BRunet, Rena De Coursey, viola ; Margot Marlatt, cello).

Conference 11, Saturday morning, Sr. Sue Mosteller, "Going back - going forward"

Item consists of 1 audio cassette featuring a talk given at a retreat for assistants at Morrow Park in Toronto, ON, from March 1-7, 1987.

Content notes (or transcription) from beginning of the recording: This is the last conference. I thought it would be good to look back and to look forward. We are all going back to our situations. But I l would like to change that to say we are going forward. What you are making is a new choice. So I am asking you to look at how you are going to think of it as a going forward with something new

Side A: Conference 8, Thursday afternoon, Kevin Cullen, S.J., "Sin, brokenness, reconciliation" ; Side B: Conference 9, Friday morning, Sr. Sue Mosteller, "The way, the truth, the life"

Item consists of 1 audio cassette featuring a talk given at a retreat for assistants at Morrow Park in Toronto, ON, from March 1-7, 1987.

Content notes (or transcription) from beginning of the recording: Conf #8: I am one of those people who Sue talked about this morning when called to look at the brokenness in my relationships, I don't like that---again! I also know that once I get past that initial feeling I am glad to spend time reflecting on that reality. Conf #9: The theme today is the Truth and the Life. The text is John 15 about the vine and the branches. The question is "Who are you, Jesus?" I would like to meet him, so stay in the retreat today. Let us enter this text and see what it means for us.

Side A: Conference 3, Tuesday morning, Kevin Cullen, S.J., "To be known by God" ; Side B: Conference 4, Tuesday afternoon, Sr. Sue Mosteller, "To know God"

Item consists of 1 audio cassette featuring a talk given at a retreat for assistants at Morrow Park in Toronto, ON, from March 1-7, 1987.

Content notes (or transcription) from beginning of the recording: Conf #3: To be known by God: The questions for today is how is it that we are known by God and how do we know God? They are intimate questions about our relationship. What has led me to God and to know god? Who or what helps me to know God? Conf #4: We will go on this afternoon to deepen the theme of to know God. Back in 1968 I was searching for something and was dissatisfied. Jean came to speak in Toronto and I was touched by his talk and then that summer went to his retreat at Marylake. I share that because searching and being called is important in our lives and should not be taken for granted.

Side A: Conference 1, Monday morning, Sr. Sue Mosteller, "Come and rest" ; Side B: Conference 2, Monday afternoon, Kevin Cullen, S.J.

Item consists of 1 audio cassette featuring a talk given at a retreat for assistants at Morrow Park in Toronto, ON, from March 1-7, 1987.

Content notes (or transcription) from beginning of the recording: Conf #1: Theme today is Come Away and Rest. What does being on retreat mean? It means to step back and resting. Jesus invites us all to enter into this time of retreat, to come aside and rest, to waste time today with no work or decisions. Conf #2: We want to continue the theme of this morning of coming away to rest and to meet Jesus. We want to focus on how do I respond to that invitation.

Part 1 - Robert Larouche

Item consists of 1 audio cassette featuring a talk given by Joe Egan and Robert Larouche at the annual weekend for l'Arche Daybreak assistants in September 1985.

Content notes (or transcription) from beginning of the recording: This is a time together to deepen what we are called to live as L'Arche. The text for today from St. Paul says "we urge to make more progress in the life you are meant to live." We are entering anew year now. We want to make progress ourselves at Daybreak in may domains which you have identified as priorities through prayer.

Jean Vanier, Conference #12

Item consists of 1 audio cassette featuring a talk given by Jean Vanier at an Assistants' Retreat in Erie, PA, in August 1984.

Content notes (or transcription) from beginning of the recording: I want to share with you about another meeting with Jesus, which tells us much about him. It's the meeting of those two disciples walking to Emmaus after the resurrection. Maybe when we arrived at this retreat we had in our hearts the sentiments which must have been in the hearts of these two disciples. They had put so much hope in Jesus, that he would liberate Israel. Many people in our world are disillusioned. Their expectations have collapsed. We too can feel cheated by community because it wasn't what we expected.

Jean Vanier, Conference #11

Item consists of 1 audio cassette featuring a talk given by Jean Vanier at an Assistants' Retreat in Erie, PA, in August 1984.

Content notes (or transcription) from beginning of the recording: One of the sufferings of our communities is littleness. When we welcome people with all their fragility and wounds, there are no miracle cures. Our life is made up of very little things. Jean goes on to share about L'Arche in India.

Jean Vanier, Conference #9

Item consists of 1 audio cassette featuring a talk given by Jean Vanier at an Assistants' Retreat in Erie, PA, in August 1984.

Content notes (or transcription) from beginning of the recording: The only thing that is important is that we meet Jesus and that we live the experience of covenant with him, which liberates, confirms us and helps us to understand the extraordinary tenderness of our God. During a retreat it's important to waste time with Jesus so that he can reveal himself to us in the silence. This afternoon I want to talk about another encounter in the gospel of John between Jesus and another woman, the one accused of adultery.

Jean Vanier, Conference #8

Item consists of 1 audio cassette featuring a talk given by Jean Vanier at an Assistants' Retreat in Erie, PA, in August 1984.

Content notes (or transcription) from beginning of the recording: The specific gift of Jesus to humanity is forgiveness. Forgiveness is essentially returning to the covenant, a recognition that we are made one for the other and called to give life to one another, that we belong to each other. We are there for Jesus and he is there for us. "Whatever you ask for in my name, the Father will give you". What do you ask? What is your yearning and what is your thirst? Is your asking coming from the depths of your being?

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