The Thomas Merton Center at Bellarmine University

Universal Vision - A Centenary Celebration of Thomas Merton

 

Universal Vision: A Centenary Celebration of Thomas Merton
edited by Fiona Gardner, Keith Griffin and Peter Ellis
Thomas Merton Society of Great Britain and Ireland, 2014


Contents:

"Foreword" - Paul M. Pearson
"Introduction" - Fiona Gardner, Keith Griffin and Peter Ellis
"The Impact of Saint-Antonin and Montauban on the Life of Thomas Merton" - Dominique Brulé
"Thomas Merton at Cambridge - Rediscovered Writings" - Stephen Dunhill
"Paris in Chicago, Night Out, A Crust for Egoists" - Thomas Merton
"Two Poems" - David Scott
"Moved by Grace: The Joy of the Gospel and the Misery of Creativity" - Gary Hall
"Living the Questions" - Lars Adolfsson
"Thomas Merton and Giorgio La Pira: A Friendship for Peace" - Maurizio Renzini
"A Conversation with Dr. Hildegard Goss-Mayer" - Detlev Cuntz
"'No Such Thing as Innocent By-standing’: The Bystander Motif in the Social Writings of Thomas Merton" - James G. R. Cronin
"Pope Paul VI (Giovanni Battista Montini) and Thomas Merton" - Mario Zaninelli
"'Sophia the Unknown, the Dark, the Nameless’: Questioning the Male-Female Dichotomy Through Thomas Merton’s Poetry" - Sonia Petisco
"Glimpses of Merton’s Abiding Frenchness in The Geography of Lograire" - Małgorzata Poks
"Thomas Merton: A Celebration of the Person" - Fernando Beltrán Llavador
"A Liberator, A Reconciler" - A. M. Allchin
"Finding Merton" - David Scott


Copies are available from the Thomas Merton Society of Great Britain and Ireland - http://www.thomasmertonsociety.org.uk/


In the United States copies can be obtained from:
Dr Paul M Pearson.
Thomas Merton Center,
Bellarmine University,
2001 Newburg Road,
Louisville KY 40205

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