The Thomas Merton Center at Bellarmine University

Reviews of:

Cisterican Fathers and Forefathers: Essays and Conferences

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01 Thomas Merton (1915-1968) leftHayes, Patrick J. Catholic Library World 89.3 (March 2019): 194.
02 Merton was very fortunate in his editors (e.g., Robert Giroux; Br.Feiss, Hugh American Benedictine Review 70.1 (March 2019): 120-121.
03 Thomas Merton served as Novice Master at the Abbey of Gethsemani from 1955-1965. InMcNary-Zak, Bernadette Catholic Books Review. [online]. [Accessed August 14, 2019]
04 For Thomas Merton, as for any writer, writing is as much about presenting himself as it is aboutBelfield, Andrew Gertner Reading Religion (March 22, 2022).
ANNUAL Patrick O’Connell and New City Press have come up with a real winner inO'Neill, Kathleen OCSO The Merton Annual 32 (2019): 239-242.
CSQ For readers of Cistercian Studies Quarterly no introduction is necessaryPearson, Paul M. Cistercian Studies Quarterly 55.2 (2020): 228-231.
SEASONALAlways Right ThereIn a conference on St. Anselm of Canterbury given to novices at the Abbey of Gethsemani,Slater, Isaac, OCSO The Merton Seasonal 43.4 (Winter 2018): 32-33.