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Merton's Correspondence with:

Dom Pedro Perez; Dom Pedro Pérez; Perez, Pedro, Dom; Fr. Pedro Perez

Pérez, Pedro, Dom, O.S.B.  printer


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Record Group: Section A - Correspondence
Dates of materials: 1959, 1964
Volume: 5 item(s); 14 pg(s)

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Dom Pedro Pérez was from the Benedictine Monasterio de las Condes in Santiago, Chile. In 1959, he asks some questions regarding the observance of the rule at Gethsemani and policies for novices. In 1964, he asks a number of questions regarding aggiornamento, or reform, of religious life.

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1. 1959/01/31 HLS to Merton Permítame poner a prueba su paciencia al quitarle un tiempo que seguramente Ud. necesite para «detailed view»
2. 1959/02/26 TL[x] from Merton With regard to your questions about our postulants and novices: it is true that when they arrive «detailed view»
3. 1959/04/12 HLS to Merton Estoy profundamente agradecido por su carta. También, los apuntes, junto con su carta, me han «detailed view»
4. 1964/04/16 TALS to Merton Hace tiempo que no le escribo, pero ahoa quisiera hacerlo para hablarle sobre el salterio reformando «detailed view»
5. 1964/09/23 TL[c] from Merton I am very ashamed to have left your letter without an answer. The questions are interesting [2 copies - one transferred from Sub-Section H.7, Hart Working Files, Accession 2] «detailed view»

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