2 edition of Abbé Pierre and the ragpickers of Emmaus found in the catalog.
Abbé Pierre and the ragpickers of Emmaus
|Statement||translated from the French by Lucie Noel.|
|LC Classifications||HV4096.P3 S53|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||250|
|LC Control Number||55005041|
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Abbé Pierre and the ragpickers of Emmaus by Boris Simon (Book) Why, oh why, my God?: meditations on Christian faith and the meaning of life by Pierre (Book). A former monk, Resistance hero and legislator, founder of the international Emmaus Community for the poor, Abbe Pierre is, above all, the patron saint of France’s estimated half a million homeless.
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[Fr Pierre GrouÃ¨s's work with the poor, destitute & homeless of Paris during the s]. This illustrated volume contains a short autobiography and a number of speeches of the famous French ""Ragpicker Priest"" and former deputy, Abbe Pierre.
As the leader of the Emmaus Community of Ragpickers, he continues his mission of arousing public consciousness, provoking official political action and pleading for voluntary members for a ""new order of monks of poverty"" which he began some.
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Henri Grouès, known as Abbé Pierre founded Les Chiffonniers d'Emmaus (the ragpickers of Emmaus), a charity to help the homeless, in Buy Abbé Pierre and the ragpickers of Emmaus; by Boris Simon (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store.
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Emmaus International (Abbé Pierre’s sole legatee), Emmaus France, the Abbé Pierre Foundation, the Emmaus Association and Abbé Pierre’s family, has entrusted the implementation of this project to a steering committee led by Claude Michaud.
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The book is the story of Emmaus and Abbé Pierre’s struggle with these strategies and the inevitable tensions that arise when NGO’s attempt to both provide relief while remedying causes. Mary P.
Murphy lectures in Irish Politics and Society in the Department of Sociology, National University of. The Emmaus movement, which he founded in Abbé Pierre, (Henri-Antoine Grouès; the “ragpickers’ saint”), French Roman Catholic priest and social activist (born Aug.
5,Lyons, France—died Jan. 22,Paris, France), championed the cause of the homeless in France and throughout the world. Abbé Pierre’s struggle against poverty took him around the world. From April – MayAbbé Pierre travelled to the United States and Canada on the initiative of philosopher, Jacques Maritain, at the same time as the film, Les Chiffonniers d’Emmaus (The Emmaus Ragpickers) was released.
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Abbé Pierre: A life of struggle Henri Grouès, known as "Abbé Pierre", born 5 Augustin Lyon, France. Student at the Minimes then Jesuit middle schools in Lyon. Through a legal act, renounces his share of the family heritage and distributes what he owns to various charities.The Life of Mother Demetrias, Foundress of Mission Helpers of the Sacred Heart."Emmaus and Abbé Pierre: An Alternative Model of Enterprise Charity and Society." Axelle Brodiez-Dolino.
Sciences-Po Les Presses. English Translation: Alexandra Harwood. April For the people of twentieth century France, Abbé Pierre personified the revolt against injustice and precarious living conditions.
A judicious combination of priest and critic of the Church, he dispensed.