Item SR3 - The Christ-memory in our lives

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CA ON00389 F4-11-SR3

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The Christ-memory in our lives

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  • 1975 (Creation)

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1 audio cassette (52 min.)

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(1932-1996)

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This item consists of a video recording from 1975 of Henri Nouwen giving a lecture called "The Christ Memory in Our Lives." The talk poses the question 'How do we live life in the memory of Jesus Christ?' In the talk, Nouwen discusses the Memory of Christ as a healing, sustaining, guiding experience and process of recollection.
The content of this lecture was later developed into The Living Reminder: Service and Prayer in the Memory of Jesus Christ published in 1977.

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Access copy (2) available in Nouwen Fonds Access Copies, Sound Recording Series, box 1.

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Modern Cassette Library.
Produced by American Sound Warren, Michigan 48091.
Notre Dame: Ave Maria Press, 1975.

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Digitized November 29, 2010.

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2000 01

Location

Box 316

Previous Item Number

34-216

Modern Cassette Library Catalogue Number

MCL-717

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