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From a spiritual retreat led by Sister Sue Mosteller and Joe Egan, it features two talks inspired by Nouwen’s meditations on the depth of God's compassion to welcome us home.
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Taken from a talk he gave in 1992 in Orlando, Florida, in Part Two - Henri Nouwen focuses on the importance of Routines, Discipline, Spiritual Reading and Self Nurture.
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Author, professor, and former student of Henri Nouwen's - Dr. Michael J. Christensen talks about the spirituality of discernment and a lifestyle of listening in a post-truth era.
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Taken from a talk he gave in 1992 in Orlando, Florida, in Part 1 - Henri speaks to Pastors about the three Spiritual Disciplines for a busy life -- Prayer, Slowing Down and Sense Control. 
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Taken from a talk he gave in 1992 in Orlando, Florida, in this episode Henri Nouwen focuses on the role of a Pastor as spiritual leader, and shares about the importance of meditation as the core to the spiritual life.
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Featuring author and activist - Shane Claiborne, who talks about Nouwen's concept of the Wounded Healer and downward mobility, to his new book "Executing Grace."
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In this episode, we hear from Henri Nouwen himself, as he reads a report he gave at the University of Notre Dame in 1968, about the profound impact attending Dr. Martin Luther King Jr's funeral had on him.
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Sister Sue Mosteller gives a meditation inspired by Henri Nouwen’s "Return of the Prodigal Son" on the depth of God’s compassion to welcome us home.
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In this episode, Scottish playwright Murray Watts talks about the development of a play based on the life of Henri Nouwen.
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Well-known author, scholar, educator, and great friend to the Henri Nouwen Society, Dr. Michael Higgins about his latest book "Impressively Free: Henri Nouwen As a Model for a Reformed Priesthood."
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Gabrielle Earnshaw talks about editing Henri's latest publication "Following Jesus: Finding Our Way Home in an Age of Anxiety," and shares how Nouwen makes a compelling case for why Christianity is still relevant, beautiful, intelligent, and necessary in the modern world.
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In this episode, we get feature peacemaker and peace activist Catholic Basillian Father Bob Holmes, the keynote speaker from 2019's annual Voices for Peace conference.
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