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|Title: ||Recording of interview with Elizabeth Porter (Vol.2)|
|Authors: ||Porter, Elizabeth|
|Keywords: ||Spiritual formation ; Nouwen, Henri J.M., 1932-1996 -- Interpersonal relations ; Community ; Nouwen, Henri J.M., 1932-1996|
|Issue Date: ||2005|
|Series/Report no.: ||Henri Nouwen Oral History Project fonds - Interviews - Interview with Elizabeth Porter - 2.2.74.|
|Abstract: ||Item consists of two audio cassettes SR2007 67 74 61 v1 and SR2007 67 74 61 v2. The recordings feature Elizabeth Porter being interviewed by Gabrielle Earnshaw at the offices of the Henri Nouwen Society (Richmond Hill, ON). Porter recalls Nouwen's counseling after core member Raymond Batchelor's accident, Nouwen's decision to go to Homes for Growth (Winnipeg, MA) and his relationship with Adam Arnett. Themes present in Porter's interview include spiritual formation, Nouwen's relationship with core members, Nathan Ball, community, Judaism, icon of the Beloved Disciple, writing, Gordie Henry and L'Arche International.|
|Description: ||Elizabeth Porter lives and works as an assistant coordinator at L'Arche Daybreak (Richmond Hill, ON); she is also a teacher. Porter met Nouwen on his initial visit to L'Arche Daybreak in 1985 and they subsequently became friends when Nouwen moved to L'Arche Daybreak permanently in 1986.|
2 audio cassettes (ca. 3 hrs.)
Title based on contents of the item. ; Located in audio cassettes box 14.|Reference copies of the audio cassettes are available (located with originals).|No reproduction of this material without permission of the Archivist.|The interview is transcribed and is available electronically or in hard copy.|Out for digitization November 3, 2010."
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|Appears in Collections:||Henri Nouwen Oral History Project fonds – Interviews|
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