The Thomas Merton Center at Bellarmine University

Reviews of:

The True Solitude; Selections from the Writings of Thomas Merton

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01a "The True Solitude" by Thomas Merton, Trappist monk, priest and author of many inspiring books: "It  Progress San Francisco CA (July 1).
01bTrappist Monk Writings"The True Solitude" (Hallmark) is a small volume containing selected writings of the late Trappist  State Journal Lansing MI (13 June 1970).
01cThe Best of Father MertonWhile this book is so small that it almost falls into the non-book category, it is executed with the  Independent-Journal San Rafael, CA (20 June 1970).
02aParadise Is All Around UsHallmark does a beautiful job with small books of the inspirational type. In keeping with pastStevens, Betty World Herald Omaha Neb (5 July 1970). Betty Stevens
02bPriest's Words For InspirationHere are brief but poignant snatches of the words and wisdom of Thomas Merton, Trappist monk, priest  News & Leader Springfield MO (2 August 1970).
03aA breviary for Everyman: Thomas Merton's wisdomHave you ever been to the Nada Ranch (Spiritual Life Institute of American) 'mid the colorful andWalsh, Thomas A. Arizona Republic [Phoenix] (23 August 1970). Fr. Thomas A Walsh
03bThe Hermit Merton, Speaking Of God and Life--and WomenThomas Merton found his life as a writer by losing it. He had taught English and had written fictionShaw, Fred News Detroit MI (6 September 1970). Fred Shaw
CSQ The selections in this little book are divided into fourHart, Patrick, OCSO Cistercian Studies 7.2 (1972). Bulletin of Monastic Spirituality # 286. [148-149].