Published February 28, 2006
by Orbis Books .
Written in English
|Contributions||Marcello Fidanzio (Introduction)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||127|
Taizé in eastern France is a world-famous centre of ecumenical prayer and pilgrimage, attracting hundreds of thousands of visitors each year, especially young people. This booklet explores both the place itself, giving practical advice for people travelling there, and the man behind it, Brother Roger . Brother Roger and TaizĂŠ A new springtime. By Fr Bryan Wells. All booklets are published thanks to the generous support of the members of the Catholic Truth Society. Brother Roger of Taizé’s last revision of the “rule” of Taizé, this is the source book expressing the basis of the common life. Recalling the essentials that make a life together possible, we can constantly find refreshment in returning to the sources of faith. Brother Roger of Taize dedicated his life to an ecumenical ministry of reconciliation. As founder of the Taize community, he brought together brothers from across the world and from different Christian denominations who then created a place that welcomed people into a community of simplicity and love.
On several different occasions, Brother Roger attempted to articulate his vision of Christian unity. In the text A call for the reconciliation of Christians, Brother Alois quotes these words of the founder of Taizé. Marked by the witness of my grandmother’s life, following her I found my own Christian identity by reconciling within myself the faith of my origins with the Mystery of the. Brother Roger went on to serve as the prior of Taizé until his death in At the age of 90, he was attacked during community prayer by a mentally ill person. Before he died, Brother Roger appointed Brother Alois to be his successor. In living alongside Brother Roger, however, an aspect of his personality always struck me, and I wonder whether it is not the reason why he was targeted. Brother Roger was an innocent. It was not that he had no flaws. But an innocent is someone for whom things are self-evident in . Confected by the admired Brother Roger of Taize, this short volume is a guide for living a consecrated life among the members of his congregation of brothers. Through select values, the founder shares meditations regarding common life and service, rooted in the /5(7).
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