Henri Nouwen bibliography

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Below is a bibliography of published works written by Dutch-born Catholic priest Henri Nouwen. The works are listed under each category by year of publication. This includes 42 books, four of which were published posthumously, along with 51 articles and 4 chapters which are lists in process. Also listed below are 31 of the forwards, introductions, and afterwards which he wrote for others' works. Finally, the list of 32 readers and compilations continues to grow as material from his work is incorporated into new publications.

Books by Nouwen[edit]

Posthumous releases[edit]

Chapters[edit]

Articles[edit]

  • "Generation Without Fathers". Commonweal: 287. June 12, 1970. Retrieved 16 June 2015.
  • "Training for Campus Ministry". Pastoral Psychology. 18 (March): 27–38. 1973.[1]
  • "Finding the Friendly Space". The Episcopalian: 8–10, 44. June 1973.[1][2]
  • "Compassion: Solidarity, Consolation and Comfort". America. 134 (10): 195. March 13, 1976. Retrieved 16 June 2015.
  • "The Gift of Solitude". Faith/At/Work. 89: 28–29. April 1976.[1][2]
  • "Drawing Closer to God and Man". The Sign: 10–16. May 1976.[1][2]
  • "Solitude and Intimacy in the Family". A.D. Correspondence: 10–16. July 31, 1976.[1][2]
  • "Called to be Hosts". Faith/At/Work. 89: 30–31. September 1976.[1][2]
  • "Living the Questions: The Spirituality of the Religion Teacher". Union Seminary Quarterly Review. 32 (Fall): 17–24. 1976.[1][2]
  • "Reflections on Political Ministry". Network Quarterly. 4 (4): A1–A2. Fall 1976.[1][2]
  • "Disappearing form the World". The Sign: 5–7. November 1976.[1][2]
  • "Compassion: the Core of Spiritual Leadership". Worship. 51: 11–23. January 1977.[1][2]
  • "What Do You Know by Heart?". Sojourners. 6: 14–16. August 1977.[1][2]
  • "Compassion in a Callous World". Sojourners. 6: 15–18. September 1977.[1][2]
  • "Not Without Confrontation". Sojourners. 6: 9. October 1977.[1][2]
  • "The Authority of Suffering". Sojourners. 6: 10. November 1977.[1][2]
  • "Five Faculty Views [on the University's Mission]". Yale University’s Journal: 10–11. November 1977.[1][2]
  • "Voluntary Displacement". Sojourners. 6: 15. December 1977.[1][2]
  • "The Poverty of 'No Control'". Sojourners. 7: 11. January 1978.[1][2]
  • "Solitude and Community". Worship. 52: 13–23. January 1978.[1][2]
  • "The Faces of Community". The Catholic Worker. 52: 3, 7. March–April 1978.[1][2]
  • with Donald McNeill and Douglas Morrison (March 1978). "The Parish as a Community of Compassion: A Style of Pastoral Leadership". St. Luke’s Journal of Theology. 21: 89–101.[1][2]
  • "Anchored in God Through Prayer". Sojourners. 7: 20–21. April 1978.[1]
  • "Contemplation and Ministry". Sojourners. 7: 9–12. June 1978.[1][2]
  • "Celibacy". Pastoral Psychology. 27 (2): 79. 1978. Retrieved 30 June 2015.
  • "The Hell of Mercy: Confronting Merton's Spirituality". Sojourners. 7: 19. December 1978.[1][2]
  • "Solitude: The Inner Fabric of Christian Community". Sojourners. 8: 20–23. March 1979.[1][2]
  • "Letting Go of All Things: A Response to "The Work of Prayer"". Sojourners. 8: 5–6. May 1979.[1][2]
  • "The Monk and the Cripple: Toward a Spirituality of Ministry". America. 142. March 15, 1980. Retrieved 14 July 2015.
  • "The Desert Counsel to Flee the World: Solitude and Contemporary Ministry". Sojourners. 9: 14–18. June 1980.[1][2]
  • "Silence, The Portable Cell: The Word Which Creates Communion". Sojourners. 9: 22–26. July 1980.[1][2]
  • "Descend with the Mind into the Heart: The Call to Unceasing Prayer". Sojourners. 9: 20–24. August 1980.[1][2]
  • "As I See It: Our God Is a God Who Cares". Church Leaders Bulletin for Laity and Clergy: 1–5. Fall 1980.[1][2]
  • "What is the Goal of Spiritual Growth? Moving from Absurdity to Obedience". Faith/At/Work. 93: 7. September–October 1980.[1][2]
  • "Spiritual Direction". Reflection: 7–8. January 1981.[1][2]
  • "Encounter in Solitude". Sign: 10–17. February 1981.[1][2]
  • "Temptation: The Pull Toward Upward Mobility". Sojourners. 10: 25–27. July 1981.[1][2]
  • "A Self-Emptied Heart: The Disciplines of Spiritual Formation". Sojourners. 10: 20–22. August 1981.[1][2]
  • "Spiritual Direction". Worship. 55: 399–404. September 1981.[1][2]
  • "Where You Would Not Rather Go". The Princeton Seminary Bulletin. 3: 237–239. 1982. Retrieved July 14, 2015.
  • "Prayer and Peacemaking". Catholic Agitator: 4–6. December 1982.[1][2]
  • "Reflections of Fr. Henri Nouwen After a Month in Nicaragua". Mercy on Your People, Lord: 1–2. July 1983.[1][2]
  • "Henri Nouwen's Plea for Nicaragua". National Catholic Reporter: 9–11. August 26, 1983.[1][2]
  • "We Drink from Our Own Wells". America. 149: 205–208. October 15, 1983.[1][2]
  • "Christ of the Americas". America. 150: 293–302. April 21, 1984.[1][2]
  • "Creating True Intimacy: Solidarity Among the People of God". Sojourners. 14: 14–18. June 1985.[1][2]
  • "Prayer Embraces the World". Maryknoll: 17–21. April 1985.[1][2]
  • "Bearing the Fruit of the Spirit: The Gift's of God's Love". Sojourners. 14: 26–30. July 1985.[1][2]
  • "Living in Joyful Ecstasy: A Celebration of Our Life in Christ". Sojourners. 14: 27–31. August–September 1985.[1][2]
  • "Prayer and Resistance: A Spirituality of Peacemaking". Harvard Divinity Bulletin. 16: 5–7, 10. October–November 1985.[1][2]
  • "Moving from Solitude to Community". Christianity Today (Spring): 81. 1995. Retrieved 16 June 2015.

Forewords, introductions and afterwords[edit]

Readers and compilations[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af ag ah ai aj ak al am an ao ap aq ar as LaNoue, Deirdre (2000). The Spiritual Legacy of Henri Nouwen (1st ed.). New York: Continuum. pp. 157–160. OCLC 44469051.
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af ag ah ai aj ak al am an ao ap aq "Series 9 - Published works". Discover Archives. The Henri J.M. Nouwen Archives and Research Collection. 30 August 2012. Retrieved 17 June 2016.