The Thomas Merton Center at Bellarmine University

The Merton Seasonal - Volume 40

The Spring 2015 issue, Vol. 40, No.1 included:

  • Adolfsson, Lars. "Silence, Holiness, Sanctity ." 3-5.

  • Apel, William. "Merton’s Search for God." 5-6.

  • Belcastro, David J. "The Trickster-Monk’s New Creation." 6-7.

  • Beltrán Llavador, Fernando. "Thomas Merton: Longing Yet Belonging – Belonging Yet Longing." 7-8.

  • Burton, Patricia A. "The Bibliographer’s Tale." 8-10.

  • Cannon, Nass. "A Path to Peace – Thomas Merton, Final Integration and Us." 10-11.

  • Collins, John P. "The Humanism of Pope John XXIII, Thomas Merton and J. F. Powers." 12-14.

  • Dart, Ron. "Thomas Merton: Hedgehog and Fox." 14-16.

  • Dekar, Paul R. "Silence as Attention and Antidote." 16-18.

  • Del Prete, Thomas. "Making the World New from Our 'Older Unity'." 19-20.

  • Gardner, Fiona. "'I Have Become an Explorer for You'." 20-21.

  • Grip, Robert. "Soul Brothers." 21-23.

  • Gustafson, Hans Stefan. "Why Merton Matters to This Non-Catholic." 23-24.

  • Hall, Gary. "A Seer Interprets the Ministry of the Stars." 24-26.

  • Kiernan, Jeff. "The Next Generation." 26.

  • Kolp, Alan. "Personal Kaleidoscopic Spirituality." 27-28.

  • Kwon, Hyeokil. "Reconnection and Reformation: A Korean Protestant Perspective on the Monastic Wisdom of Thomas Merton." 29-30.

  • Ledbetter, J. T. "Merton as Mirror." 30-32.

  • McCaslin, Susan. "Slow, Deepen, Shine: Why Merton Still Matters." 32-34.

  • McDonnell, Chris. "Opening Doors, Opening Minds." 35-36.

  • McMillan, Allan M. "The Equipment of an Artist." 37.

  • Montaldo, Jonathan. "A Compassionate Transparency." 38.

  • O’Brien, David. "Thomas Merton and Catholic Americanism." 39-42.

  • O’Hare, Padraic. "Merton and Young Adults in the Wilderness." 42-44.

  • Paguio, Erlinda G. "Knowing God from Experience: Thomas Merton and the Book of Job." 45-46.

  • Pearson, Paul M. "A Voice for Racial Justice." 46-47.

  • Phillips, Dan. "Awakening and Propelling." 47-48.

  • Plekon, Michael. "Mercy within Mercy." 49.

  • Porter, J. S. "Beginning at the End." 51-52.

  • Pramuk, Christopher. "Where the Gospel Requires Us to Be." 52-53.

  • Ryan, Gregory J. "Thomas Merton, Prayer and Us." 53-55.

  • St. John, Donald P. "Merton as Radical Ecologist: Principles for Judging Human Action." 55-56.

  • Scruggs, Ryan. "Spiritual Theology." 57-59.

  • Serrán-Pagán y Fuentes, Cristóbal. "Final Integration in Thomas Merton: The Art of Finding the Middle Way." 59-60.

  • Smock, Frederick. "Chanting the Square Demonic." 60-61.

  • Spencer, Thomas. "Merton’s Call to Activism – 2015." 61-63.

  • Stull, Brad. "Avatars of the Absurd: Thomas Merton, Dorothy Day and Nonviolence." 63-64.

  • Sunderman, Marilyn, RSM. "Merton the Educator." 65.

  • Szabo, Lynn R. "Why Thomas Merton Still Matters: Thoughts on a Man for All Times." 66-67.

  • Thurston, Bonnie. "Icon and/or Metaphor." 67-69.

  • Weiss, Monica, SSJ. "We Always Need a Prophet." 69-71.

The Summer 2015 issue, Vol. 40, No.2 included:

The Fall 2015 issue, Vol. 40, No.3 included:

The Winter 2015 issue, Vol. 40, No.4 included: