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Reviews of:

Pre-Benedictine Monasticism: Intiation into the Monastic Tradition 2

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01 These three Merton volumes are among the initial offerings of the new MonasticDelCogliano, Mark Cross Currents 58.4 (1 December 2008): 616-620.
2008
02 Is it heresy--or at least risking being an ingrate--to be somewhat disappointed in a bookVivian, Tim American Benedictine Review 59.1 (March 2008): 102-104.
2008
03 This book comprises a wide variety of material drawn from lectures and conferences given byParker, Richard CR: Quarterly Review of the Community of the Resurrection 427 (Michaelmas 2009): 33-34.
2009
ANNUAL Pre- Benedictine Monasticism represents a renewed attempt on the part of Thomas Merton toDelCogliano, Mark Merton Annual 20: 346-353.
2007
CSQMerton as Teacher: A Review EssayHaving had the opportunity earlier to review the first volume in this series for CistercianKramer, Victor A. Cistercian Studies Quarterly 43.4 (2008): 427-438.
2008
JOURNAL Both of these books are significantEastman, Patrick Merton Journal [UK] 15.1 (Easter 2008): 50-53.
http://www.thomasmertonsociety.org/Journal/15/15-1EastmanRevMerton-Buddhism.pdf
2008
SEASONALFinding Treasure in the TraditionPatrick O' Connell presents us with a sacred collection of teaching notes drawn upCoff, Pascaline, OSB Merton Seasonal 32:2 (Summer 2007): 40-41.
http://merton.org/ITMS/Seasonal/32/32-2CoffRevIMT2.pdf
2007