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Spiritual Journeys: An Anthology by People Working with Those on the Margins

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Henri Nouwen, Jean Vanier, Edwina Gately, Edward Farrell and nine others share spiritual insights gained from their ministries to the poor, alienated and marginalized. Inspiring
Paperback, 192 pages
Published August 28th 1997 by ACTA Publications (first published August 1997)
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Stefan Garcia
Dec 02, 2013 Stefan Garcia rated it it was ok
This was not a good idea for a book. Basically it is a bunch of self-backslapping little memoirs. Not very inspirational to me. I have lived with such so-called saints. Normally they are unbearable to those they live with because they always have this great mask on. People then say, "Isn't father amazing? " and you think, "Not so much."
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