Item SR107 - Recording of Greenbelt 92 seminar tapes: journeys of the heart

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CA ON00389 F4-11-SR107

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Recording of Greenbelt 92 seminar tapes: journeys of the heart

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  • 1992 (Creation)

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3 audio cassettes (4 hrs. 40 min.)

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(1932-1996)

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Item consists of three audio cassettes of talks Nouwen gave at the 1992 Greenbelt Festival, St. Lukes Hillmarton Rd. London, England. Nouwen spoke on the theme of claiming oneself as the beloved son or daughter of God. On the B side of volume 2, Nouwen recalls travelling with a L'Arche core member named Bill and also testifying before the United States Senate against military intervention in Nicaragua. The B side of volume 3 is blank. SR107 v1: "The Life of the Beloved"; SR107 v2: "The Discipline of the Beloved"; SR107 v3: "Being the Beloved."

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Access copy (2) available in Nouwen Fonds Access Copies, Sound Recording Series, box 9.

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London: Greenbelt Festivals, 1992.

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Title based on the contents of the item.
See Calendar files series for more information about this event - file 1095, box 197.
Digitized February 14, 2011.

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2000 02

Location

Box 324

Previous Item Number

Oversize II

Catalogue Number

GB92.29

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