Love in a Fearful Land: A Guatemalan Story
"This book is Henri Nouwen's account of his pilgrimage to Santiago Atitlan, a Mayan town deep in the highlands of Guatemala. There an American priest, Father Stanley Rother of Oklahoma City, was murdered by a death squad. In traveling to his parish Nouwen hoped to learn more about this modern martyr, about the faith that drew him there, and the love that held him there - even though his life was at risk. This richly illustrated new edition of Love in a Fearful Land appears on the 25th anniversary of Fr. Rother's death. In commemorating his witness, it also celebrates the truth that we are all, Christians North and South, members of the same Body of Christ."--BOOK JACKET.
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An important step in Henri Nouwen's journeyUser Review - Overstock.com
Henri Nouwen is unquestionably one of the most honest, and thoughtful, spiritual writers of our time. His many books offer hope and direction within a broad Catholic tradition. "Love in a Fearful ... Read full review
Review: Love in a Fearful Land: A Guatemalan StoryUser Review - Alison - Goodreads
Incredible story about a priest from Oklahoma who lived in Santiago for many years and loved the people there. It is the story of how he was martyred. I think everyone should read this book that way they can understand the struggles that other people go through in other countries. Read full review
Foreword by Peter K Weiskel
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