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“Henri & me” with Anne Lamott

May 11, 2016
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The Henri Nouwen Society is delighted to welcome popular writer, columnist, and spiritual memoirist Anne Lamott to Convocation Hall, University of Toronto, on Friday, May 13, 2016 at 8:00 pm.
An enthusiastic admirer of Henri Nouwen, Anne will share her unique perspective on living a spiritual life, warts and all, with raw and disarming honesty.
Ms. Lamott is the author of seven novels and several bestselling books of nonfiction including Operating Instructions, Traveling Mercies, and Stitches; A Handbook of Meaning Hope and Repair. Her biweekly Salon Magazine “online diary” was voted The Best of the Web by TIME magazine.
Also on the bill is singer/songwriter/storyteller extraordinaire Steve Bell. With 18 albums to his credit, Steve has developed into one of the most popular and recognizable gospel/folk artists in the world.
Purchase your tickets here.
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