The Thomas Merton Center at Bellarmine University

Reviews of:

Merton and Buddhism: Wisdom, Emptiness and Everyday Mind

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01 This particular book-Merton and Buddhism- is the fourth in a series that seeks to study world religionsJohnston-Largen, Kristin Buddhist-Christian Studies 30 (2010): 218-21.
02 Thomas Feverel Merton was born in Prades, France, on January 31, 1915.Weishaus, Joel Rain Taxi Review of Books (Winter 2007/2008).
03 This volume is largely the fruit of a conference at the Merton Foundation of Louisville KYSeidel, George OSB American Benedictine Review 59.2 (June 2008): 217-219.
04Seeking peace: Merton's affinity for Buddhism exploredTongues are wagging over just how Buddhist the celebrated Trappist monk Thomas MertonSmock, Frederick Courier-Journal (2 June 2007): A11.
05 I wish I could have met Thomas Merton during his lifetime.Raverty, Aaron OSB Monastic Interreligious Dialogue Bulletin 79 (July 2007) [online]. [accessed 30 October 2007].
06Merton & Buddhism: Realizing The SelfThomas Feverel Merton was born in Prades, France, on January 31, 1915. In 1941, a Masters Degree from Columbia UniversityWeishaus, Joel Rain Taxi Review of Books (Winter 2007/2008).
07 This most recent volume in the Fons Vitae Thomas MertonMcDonald, Barry Parabola 33.1 (Spring 2008): 113-116, 118, 121.
ANNUAL This is the fourth volume of The Fons Vitae Thomas Merton Series that focuses upon Merton'sBurgdof, Craig Merton Annual 21: 272-274.
CSQ Accolades to the creative, resouceful, and scholarly editorCoff, Pascaline, OSB Cistercian Studies Quarterly 43.2 (2008): 240-244.
JOURNAL Both of these books are significantEastman, Patrick Merton Journal [UK] 15.1 (Easter 2008): 50-53.
SEASONALEngaging Contacts, Enlightening InsightsA pioneer in the field of interreligious dialogue, Thomas Merton communicated with and learnedSkudlarek, William OSB Merton Seasonal 33:1 (Spring 2008): 30-31.