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A Retreat With Henri Nouwen: Reclaiming Our Humanity (Retreat With-- Series)

Durback, Robert

Published by St. Anthony Messenger Press
ISBN 10: 0867165499 / ISBN 13: 9780867165494
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Synopsis: This latest offering in the popular A Retreat With... series features the writings of Henri J.M. Nouwen. Priest, theologian, psychologist, and prolific writer, Nouwen brought a unique immediacy and transformative power to his subject matter. Durback has focused on the theme of "reclaiming your humanity" for this retreat, centering most especially on Nouwen's classic "book of spiritual imperatives" as Nouwen called them, The Inner Voice of Love. This seven-day retreat will help you move toward "reclaiming your humanity in a technological age," urging you to listen to the inner voice that affirms the love that God expressed through Jesus at his baptism: "This is my beloved." The retreat is introduced by a short summary of the life and work of Henri Nouwen, and concludes with a select bibliography to help you delve more deeply into his extensive writings.

About the Author: ROBERT DURBACK is editor of Seeds of Hope: A Henri Nouwen Reader (Doubleday, Image) and Henri Nouwen: In My Own Words (Liguori). A former Trappist monk of Mepkin Abbey in Moncks Corner, South Carolina, he met and became friends with Henri Nouwen during a visit to Genesee Abbey in 1974. Encouraged and guided by Nouwen, Durback has sought in his writing to integrate the wisdom of the

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