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Reviews of:

Merton: A Film Biography

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01Merton film highlights his humanity, prophecyThomas Merton in October 1968 left his Kentucky monastery for Asia to address a group of religious leaders.Ryan, Dick National Catholic Reporter 20 (25 May 1986): 16.
1986
02'Merton' is a remarkable film biographyHis name was Thomas Merton. He lived more than half of his 53 years cloistered in a Trappist abbey near Bardstown, Ky.Staten, Vince TV Scene [Louisville (publication of the Courier-Journal)] (2 June 1984): 3.
1984
03'A Kind of Prophet'If some people suppose that the Catholic clergy are cast from a single mold, they can easily straighten themselves outDonohue, John W. America 150 (2 June 1984): 422
1984
04A Man Named MertonBrother Patrick Hart has done this before. He is sitting near the avenue at the Abbey of Gethsemani near CulvertownBlair, Brian Kentucky Standard [Bardstown, KY] (4 June 1984): [TV and Entertainment Week section].
1984
05PBS's Merton Film Seen As PotpourriA couple of Sunday afternoons ago, I watched with great and occasionally dismayed interest the PBS televisionMcDonnell, Thomas P. Pilot [Boston] (15 June 1984).
1984
SEASONALGift of Rare ValueThomas Merton stipulated in his legacy that no "autobiographical materials of mine or materials ofPennington, Basil, OCSO Merton Seasonal 9:2 (Summer 1984): 2-3 [online]. [Accessed March 8th, 2017]
http://merton.org/ITMS/Seasonal/09/9-2Pennington.pdf
1984