We Need One Another Responding to God’s Call to Live Together

We Need One Another Responding to God’s Call to Live Together

Vanier, Jean






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An accessible book that helps us discover the point of our brokenness which is precisely the place where we are beloved. Author encourages us to explore faith and spirituality to find our own answers to the challenges we're facing. In April 2008, Jean Vanier led a simple retreat in Nyahururu, Kenya, a place recently shattered by violence and bloodshed. With frequent reference to the Gospel of John, Vanier communicated God's love and care to a group of deeply shaken people. This book comprises these talks which are offered to 'help each one of us become messengers of peace, of mercy, and of forgiveness'.* What Are You Looking For?* The Cry of the Poor* The Feast Is Ready* To Live in Unity* Be Open* Encountering the Other* The Washing of the Feet Jean Vanier is a philosopher, theologian and man of letters, with a great and compassionate heart. He was awarded the Templeton Prize in 2015 (past recipients including Archbishop Desmond Tutu and H.H. the Dalai Lama). The first L'Arche Community was started in 1964 in Trosly-Breuil, a village in the north of Paris when Vanier invited two people with intellectual disabilities to live with him in a small house. This house he called L'Arche, French for `The Ark', a name then adopted by all communities around the world founded on these principles. Today L'Arche is made up of 151 communities spread over five continents. Paperback / softback