Norwegian: Heilag Ande, Kom til oss John 4: 13-15 Text: Medieval Prayer Tune: Jacques Berthier (1923-1994) Holy Spirit come to us Light in us the fire of love Holy Spirit come to us MEDITATION The Taizé movement started in 1940 when the founder of the community decided that with the defeat of France by the Germans, there needed to be spiritual reconciliation. Brother Robert Schütz, a Reformed Protestant from Switzerland, a neutral country, found a place in Taizé, just north of Cluny, which had once been the largest church in Western Christendom. While he was home in Switzerland raising money for his project, the Gestapo took over the house and prevented him from returning. Brother Roger pub
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