Jean Vanier Essential Writings
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Description: "In 1964 Jean Vanier, a philosopher and former naval officer, moved into a dilapidated house in France with two companions and started the first L'Arche community. In time this grew into an international network of communities in which people with intellectual disabilities and those who assist them share their lives together. Though Vanier's roots are Roman Catholic, the movement is deeply ecumenical and interfaith, and his message of compassion, community, and the dignity of the human person, has struck a universal chord. Pope John Paul II called him "a great spokesman for the culture of solidarity and the civilization of love.'" This collection, published to mark Vanter's 80th birthday, contains his essential writings."--BOOK JACKET.
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Copyright year: 2008
Publisher: Orbis Books
Size: 5.50" wide x 8.25" long x 0.75" tall
|"Change the World...": Transformation of Society|
|Talks to Specific Audiences|
|Ecumenism and Interfaith Development|
|Love Your Enemies: Transform History|
|"...With Love...": Transformation Through Community|
|Forgiveness and Celebration|
|Living in Community|
|The Specific Spirituality of L'Arche|
|Living the Beatitudes|
|Founded on the Body|
|Founded on Pain|
|Old Age and Death|
|Mission of People with Disabilities|
|"...One Heart At a Time": Transformation of the Individual Person|
|The Heart-Its Life and Its Wounds|
|Eulogy for Henri Nouwen|
|The Human Condition|
|Transformation-Freedom and Liberation|
|The Christian Life|
|Prayer and Retreat|
|Reading the Gospels|
|Epilogue: A Vision|