Tuesdays With Merton
A webinar series presented by the International Thomas Merton Society and the Bernardin Center at Catholic Theological Union on the second Tuesday of each month. Free and open to the public. Registration required.
Recordings of the webinars will be available on the Tuesdays with Merton YouTube Channel within a few days of their broadcast: Tuesdays with Merton YouTube Channel. Audio-only versions also will be available later via podcast.
Bryan Massingale - March 9, 2021, 8 pm EST. Details to follow.
Previous Tuesdays with Merton Webinars:
For Further Details go to: TWM - Archive
Daniel P. Horan, OFM - Thomas Merton and Black Lives Matter: Spirituality and Racial Justice for Our Time
September 8, 2020. Available to view at: Tuesdays with Merton YouTube Channel
Bonnie Thurston - “...almost as if I had a sister”: Thomas Merton & Etta Gullick
October 13, 2020. Available to view at: Tuesdays with Merton YouTube Channel
Christopher Pramuk - What Does God's Gender Have to Do with It? Merton's Awakening to the Feminine Divine
November 10, 2020. Available to view at: Tuesdays with Merton YouTube Channel
Jonathan Montaldo - Thomas Merton’s Contemplative Exercises for Entering the School of Our Lives
December 8, 2020. Available to view at: Tuesdays with Merton YouTube Channel
Jim Finley - Turning to Thomas Merton as a Trustworthy Guide in the Gentle Art of Contemplative Living
January 12, 2021. Available to view at: Tuesdays with Merton YouTube Channel
Created for Joy: Becoming Who We Are, Together
February 9, 2021, 8 PM EST
Christine M. Bochen, professor emerita of religious studies at Nazareth College, Rochester, New York and a founding member and past president of the International Thomas Merton Society, has taught courses, given retreats, and spoken on Merton in a variety of venues in the United States, Canada, and abroad. Christine is co-author, with William H. Shannon and Patrick F. O’Connell, of The Thomas Merton Encyclopedia; editor of Courage for Truth, Learning to Love, and Thomas Merton: Essential Writings; and co-editor, with William H. Shannon, of Cold War Letters and Thomas Merton: A Life in Letters.