The Thomas Merton Center at Bellarmine University

The Merton Annual - Volume 29

  • Merton, Thomas. "'A Quite Exceptional Convent’: The Regina Laudis Correspondence." Edited with an Introduction by Patrick F. O’Connell. 15-37.
  • Brandt, Charles. "A Single Sacred Community.” An Interview Conducted by Donald Grayston and David Chang. 38-57.
  • Pearson, Paul M. "From Clairvaux to Mount Olivet: Thomas Merton’s Geography of Place.” 58-71.
  • Baker, Kathleen. "‘This Terrific Sense of Geography’: Spatial Thinking in Merton’s Journals.” 72-79.
  • Brown, Jason M. "Thomas Merton, Wildness and the Sacramental Power of Place.” 80-89.
  • McGregor, Michael. "The Persistence of Harlem in the Life and Legacy of Thomas Merton.” 90-98.
  • O'Connell, Patrick F. "Trappists, Working – Trappists, Praying: The Earliest Monastic Poetry of Thomas Merton.” 99-124.
  • Weis, Monica, SSJ. "Was Thomas Merton Merely Dabbling in Early Irish Poetry?” 125-144.
  • Plekon, Michael. "‘What I Wear Is Pants. What I Do Is Live. How I Pray Is Breathe’: Merton and the Spiritual Life in the Twenty-First Century.” 145-158.
  • Grayston, Donald. "Public Intellectual, Democratic Dissenter: Thomas Merton on Nuclear Weapons.” 159-179.
  • Stuart, Angus F. "Thomas Merton and Henry Miller: A Correspondence in Vision.” 180-187.
  • Clark, Anthony E. "Finding Our Way: Thomas Merton, John Wu and the Christian Dialogue with Early China.” 188-202.
  • O'Hare, Padraic. "Young Adult Spiritual Lives: Merton, Moran and Monastic Resources.” 203-220.

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