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|Title: ||Recording of Henri Nouwen on Prayer and Solitude (Vol. 1)|
|Authors: ||Nouwen, Henri J.M.|
|Keywords: ||Nouwen, Henri J.M., 1932-1996 -- Speech and gesture|
|Issue Date: ||1980|
|Series/Report no.: ||Cathy Hoekstra fonds - Sound recordings - 64.3.|
|Abstract: ||Item consists of a recording of a talk given by Nouwen on the topics of prayer and solitude. This talk was likely given at the Community of Celebration conference at Woodland Park, CO from June 23-26, 1980. This was a theological conference. Nouwen spoke on the connection between theology and prayer, the importance of prayer, and the importance of listening. He also spoke about how he has enjoyed being a part of a community while being at the conference.|
|Description: ||1 (out of 5) audio cassettes (ca. 1 hr.)|
Title based on contents of the item. ; See Henri Nouwen fonds - Manuscripts - Talks and Sermons - Drafts of Collected Sermons and Lectures - "Prayer as Listening" (M48), for notes for a sermon at Woodland Park that are very similar to the first talk on the tapes. ; See Henri Nouwen fonds - General Files - Letters from Ernest Priest (member of the Fisherfolk community), box 202, file 2772, for a transcript featuring a summary of Nouwen's talks at the theological conference. ; Digitized January 26, 2011.
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|Rights: ||This material is available for research purposes only. For publication or distribution enquiries please contact the Special Collections and Archives, the University of St. Michael's College http://www.utoronto.ca/stmikes/kelly/special_collections/index.html.|
|Appears in Collections:||Cathy Hoekstra fonds|
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