An Interview With Father Henri Nouwen By: ALICIA VON STAMWITZ Liguorian, October 1992 Henri Nouwen is a Dutch priest who has lived in North America since 1971. He is an internationally acclaimed speaker, and spiritual writer with over thirty published books, including The Wounded Healer, Genesee Diary, and, most recently,...
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Written by Fr. Joe Maier, CSsR “To our neighbors and friends: How arrogant we are to dare tell your stories. But humbly we ask your pardon and forgiveness if we have goofed and not told the story properly or showed any disrespect in any way.”— FR. JOE MAIER, CSSR Editor’s...
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Liguori, Mo. (Oct. 16, 2013) – A Catholic publication that started with $50 in capital marked its 100th anniversary Wednesday with a look to the future that included a new blog aimed at Catholics who don’t go to church.
Liguorian, a magazine widely known among American Catholics, marked the centennial of its founding with a celebratory Mass and banquet at St. Francis Xavier Church and Ballroom at St. Louis University. Liguori Publications, publisher of Liguorian and a ministry of the Redemptorists, was joined by the order’s priests and brothers, as well as its authors, business partners, and friends