The Road to Peace: Writings on Peace and Justice
Orbis Books, Ene 1, 2002 - 220 mga pahina
Throughout his life Henri Nouwen stressed the connection between intimacy with Christ and solidarity with a wounded world. From his early support for the civil rights movement, through his engagement in the cause of peace, to his life with the handicapped members of the L'Arche community, Nouwen was always immersed with the social as well as the spiritual dimensions of the gospel. In gathering together Nouwen's many writings on peace and social justice, editor John Dear amplifies this crucial element of Nouwen's message about the call of Christian discipleship. At the same time, Nouwen calls on activists to be peacemakers in the fullest sense: to root their witness in prayer, joy, and a spirit of love. For all those who have read and treasured the life and work of Henri Nouwen, The Road to Peace is an inspiration, and a challenge to live our Christian lives with both love and action. Book jacket.
Ano ang sinasabi ng mga tao - Sumulat ng pagsusuri
Hindi namin nakita ang anumang mga pagsusuri sa karaniwang mga lugar.
Introduction by John Dear S
THE JOURNEY TORACIAL EQUALITY 7 We Shall Overcome A Pilgrimageto Selma 1965 8 Were YouThere?
THE CRY OF THE POOR IN CENTRAL AND SOUTH AMERICA
fromOur Wells IV LIFE AT LARCHE
COMPASSION IN THE TIME OF AIDS
SOLIDARITY WITH THE HUMAN FAMILY
Iba pang mga edisyon - Tingnan lahat
aboutthe afraid allthe andthe arenot areso asked become called canbe celebrate Central America Christ Christians church dark Daybreak community deep deeply despair destruction Eucharist experience faith fear feel forgiveness freedom friends fromthe gift God's Gospel Gustavo Gutiérrez Gutiérrez handicapped haveto heart Henri Nouwen hidden holocaust hope human Ihave illusion inCentral inner inour inthe intothe isthe Itis Iwas Jesus knew L'Arche L’Arche Latin America liberation liberation theology live Lord Martin Luther King nations never Nicaragua nonviolence nuclear nuclear holocaust ofdeath ofGod ofour ofthe onthe oppression Oscar Romero ourselves pain peace peacemaking person poor power of death pray prayer proclaim question realize resistance resurrection Romero Selma South America speak spiritual struggle suddenly suffering thatI thatthe thatwe theology thepeople theworld things Thomas Merton thosewho tobe tothe violence voice wantto warmaking weare whenwe witha withthe women words