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From Brokenness to Community (Harold M. Wit Lectures)

by Jean Vanier

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These two sermons/lectures delivered by Jean Vanier to Harvard Divinity students left me with chills as I was reading them. Varnier demonstrated the depth of his faith in putting Christ's teachings into action through L'Arche. I could identify with his learning from those with "abilities" different from himself and not viewing them as "disabilities." One day, we may be like some of those men who live at L'Arche, and may need understanding and the humility that comes from the foot washing ceremony. ( )
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The lectures in this volume witness the importance of the meeting between the university of the learned and the university of the poor. From them a deep understanding of true discipleship emerges.

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