“Poetry—that is what the church should be!” announced Brother Roger, founder of an ecumenical community of Roman Catholic and Protestant brothers in the tiny village of Taizé, France. That was in 1985, when he was approaching seventy.
Brother Roger himself was a poet who drew his inspiration from nature. He was a gentle man, a mystic who valued intuition as highly as...
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