Item SR117 - Recording of Henri Nouwen on the spirit blows where it pleases: Judith Hollister lecture series

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CA ON00389 1-11-SR117

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Recording of Henri Nouwen on the spirit blows where it pleases: Judith Hollister lecture series

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  • [between 1992 - 1995] (Creation)

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1 audio cassette (1 hr. 35 min.)

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(1932-1996)

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Item consists of a sound recording of Nouwen speaking at Wainwright House as part of the Judith Hollister Lecture Series. Nouwen reflected on the theme of interfaith dialogue through his own spiritual journey and his experience in community at L'Arche. Carl MacMillan and Bill van Buren accompanied Nouwen and spoke about the history of L'Arche generally and Daybreak specifically. The date of Nouwen's talk is not known, although it is believed he gave this talk on the spur of the moment when visiting New York City for other purposes.

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A reference copy made on June 23, 2003 is available.
Access copy (2) available in Nouwen Fonds Access Copies, Sound Recording Series, box 10.

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Title based on contents of the audio cassette. The label on the cassette reads "Judith Hollister Lecture Series: The Spirit Blows Where it Pleases".
Digitized December 6, 2010.

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2000 02

Location

Box 325

Corporate Audio Visual Services Catalogue Number

800-488-8408

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