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- Title: Chapter: About the Author, the People, and the Background of this Book
- Groote visited the community of Grönendal and had many conversations with
- Gerard Groote was born in the town of Deventer, about sixty miles from
- One day Groote was standing with a crowd watching a game in a Cologne square
- another man.” Soon after this incident Groote fell seriously ill,
- allowed to regain his health. Groote recovered, and not long after was sought
- dedicated man had come to Groote, impelled by an inner urge to call the
- Groote retired from the world, and dedicated himself to the pursuit of
- In 1379 Groote sensed a spiritual call to go out into the countryside as an
- According to all accounts Groote was a speaker of marked excellence. He
- In the course of his wanderings Groote visited Grönendal, and was deeply
- that Groote was inspired to form a community, a kind of Christian
- Groote was soon surrounded by a group of men who enthusiastically wished to
- “sister houses” for women were also established. Groote loved books,
- Gerhart Groote survived Jan van Ruysbroeck by three years Meanwhile, a young
- appeared. Thomas also was the biographer of Gerhard Groote, and his impression
- At the conclusion of Thomas' Life of Gerhard Groote is a collection of
- Years after the deaths of Jan van Ruysbroeck and Gerhard Groote, a
- Groote. Eventually Nicolas became Archdeacon of Liege at about the time that
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