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Post on Dec views. He also holds the J. His research interests include pastoral theology, congregational studies, virtue theory, theology of suffering and Christian spirituality.

His current project, Spiritual Formation of the Congregation seeks to develop a communal approach noueen the spiritual formation of a Christian nluwen. He lives in Ancaster with his wife Melodie and daughter, Chelsey. Zylla is interested in theopoetics, soccer, and is active in his local church here in Hamilton. Henri Nouwen published over 40 books and is notably one of the most important and widely read spiritual writers in recent years in North America.

Nouwen was influenced by early pioneers in pastoral theology including Anton Boisen and Seward Hiltner. Zmor roots allowed him to integrate spiritual ideas with their counterparts in pastoral psychology and psychology of religion.

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He had extensive training in the field of pastoral theology though little is written on his explicit methods of exploring pastoral theological themes.

This course seeks to mine the writings of Henri Nouwen for his approach to pastoral theological exploration as it pertains to contemporary issues in the field. Ministry must be fueled by genuine spirituality to be effective. For spirituality to be authentic, it must give birth to actual practice of ministry. Nouwen embraced the conviction that communion with God results in deep community with others and that true community leads to creative ministry. Spirituality and ministry go hand in hand.

In practically all priestly functions, such as pastoral conversation, preaching, teaching and liturgy, the minister tries to help people to recognize the work of God in themselves.

The Christian leader, minister or priest, is not one who reveals God to other peoplebut one who helps those who are searching to discover reality as the source of their existence. Henri Nouwen, The Wounded Healer Many ministers today are excellent preachers, competent counselors, and good program administrators, but few feel comfortable giving spiritual direction to people who are search for Gods presence in their lives.


For many ministers, if not for most, the life of the Holy Spirit is unknown territory. There is an increasing need for diagnosticians of the soul who can distinguish the Holy Spirit from the unholy spirits and so guide people to an active and vital transformation of soul and body, and of all their personal relationships.

To become familiar with the root ideas and integrative pastoral amkr of Henri Nouwens works. To explore the pastoral theological themes introduced by Henri Nouwens corpus. To deepen resources for the expansion of pastoral theology in the 21st century. To be shaped in the inner person through spiritual integration of course materials. To cultivate a personal sense of mission and calling to the work of integrative pastoral theology.

To experience the themes and ideas expressed by Nouwen through spiritual practices. To evaluate and use methods developed nouwej the pastoral theology of Henri Nouwen. To develop new themes in pastoral theology that can be used in Christian ministries. Advanced Degree Students To gain facility in research in the field of pastoral theology by exploring Henri Nouwens pastoral theological methods.

Books by Henri J. Living with the Spirit. Fides, ; reprinted, Harper and Row, In the Name of Jesus: Reflections on Christian Leadership. The Three Movements of the Spiritual Life.

The Inner Voice of Love: A Journey Through Anguish to Freedom. The Road to Daybreak: The Way of the Heart: Desert Spirituality and Contemporary Ministry.

Ministry in Contemporary Society. Stations of the Cross.

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Orbis Books, 3rd printing, The Life and Legacy of Henri Nouwen. Behold the Beauty of the Lord: Ave Maria Press, Can You Drink the Cup? Reflections on Solitude, Celibacy, Prayer and Contemplation. A Reflection on the Christian Life. McNeill and Douglas A Morrison. Genesee Diary; Report from a Trappist Monastery.

Finding Our Sacred Center. Anthony Messenger Press, Intimacy, Fecundity, and Ecstasy in Christian Perspective. Making All Things New: An Invitation to the Spiritual Life.

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Following the Movements of the Spirit. Qmor and Prayer in Memory of Jesus Christ. Seabury, ; reprinted, Harper and Row, The Return of the Prodigal Son. A Meditation on Eucharistic Life.

Bengston, Jonathan and Earnshaw, Gabrielle, eds. Henri Nouwen and Our Search for God.

Henri Nouwen and Soul Care: A Ministry of Integration. Genius Born of Anguish: His Life and Vision. Course Outline Mondays Intimacy; [Lifesigns] Advanced Course Reading: The Way of the Heart; Here and Now. Reaching Out Advanced Course Reading: Spiritual Formation Henri Nouwen with M. Straight to the Heart. Higgins and Burns, Genius Born of Anguish. Laird; [The Dance of Life; Aging: A Liturgical Journey with Henri J.


The Road to Daybreak. February 29, Second Annotated Entry Due: March 28, In discussion with the professor, select two of Henri Nouwens books page minimum total to carefully review. For each book, write a word short essay summarize the core structure, content, and themes of the book giving careful attention to the detailed motifs attended to in the book. Title, date, publisher, etc. Summary of Nouwens stated aims for the book.

Identify any particular circumstance that gave rise to the themes or motifs of the book. Description of core content of the book including motifs, themes, and structure of ovz.

Contribution to Nouwens pastoral theology. Key insights gained and application of the volume in a variety of ministry contexts. Come prepared to interact with the discussion group that you are participating in. Bring your notes on the specific pastoral theological themes, motifs, and core ideas in the text.

The notes should be abbreviated points of input on the wider pastoral theological iterior of Henri Nouwen. You might have only one or two of these for each session nouwrn the core textbook. Emphasize something nouuwen really struck you as important, or significant from a pastoral theological perspective. Here is an example of a possible notation: Ave Maria Press, p.

Nouwen identifies participation with those with whom we are in community as the basis for pastoral action. He goes on to say, Calling myself a priest today radically challenges me to let go of every distance, every little pedestal, every ivory tower, and just to connect my own vulnerability henrii the vulnerability of those I live with. How does this idea of compassionate-being-with shape the content of ministry? What are the risks? What changes are required for ministering persons to connect our own vulnerability with that of others?

Turn in your printed copy of your notes for collection and grading.