The Thomas Merton Center at Bellarmine University



Reviews of:

Run to the Mountain: The Story of a Vocation

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01Books on spirituality -- Re-Discovering the Sacred: spirituality in America by Phyllis A. Tickle /Spirituality is not merely an aspect of the Christian life; it is the Christian life in response toDowney, Michael America 173.14 (4 November 1995): 33-34. Michael Downey
1995
02Run to the MountainBy late 1966, Thomas Merton viewed his public existence ambivalently. In one sense, it seemed anCristie, John America 174.20 (22 June 1996): 23-24. John Cristie
1996
03Run to the Mountain; Entering the SilenceThese volumes are beautifully produced. Simply to hold and look at them seems to confirm theEveritt, Gabriel, OSB Anglican Theological Review 79.1 (Winter 1997): 92-95. Gabriel Everitt OSB.
1997
04Summer ReadingWhen asked by the editors of the Catholic World for some recommendations for the summer reader, aCunningham, Lawrence S. Catholic World 238.1425 (May 1995): 136-137. Lawrence S. Cunningham
1995
05Prose into prayer: Merton in his journalsThe Thomas Merton revealed in these journals is the quintessentially restless American, everCarr, Anne E. Christian Century 113.18 (22-29 May 1996): 570-571. Anne Carr
1996
06Five Volumes & CountingWriting to Thomas Merton in 1960, the poet Czeslaw Milosz reflected that we moderns "lack an imagePrusak, Bernard G. Commonweal 124.15 (12 September 1997): 36-37. Bernard G. Prusak
1997
07Merton's journals reflect on nearly everythingThe first of these journals records the thoughts, feelings and observations of the young ThomasThomson, Clarence National Catholic Reporter 32.19 (8 March 1996): 14. Clarence Thomson
1996
08Books in Brief: NonfictionAt the age of 50, 25 years after the period covered by these journals, Thomas Merton calledHall, Alexandra New York Times Book Review (1 October 1995): 33. Alexandra Hall
1995
09Why Merton embraced the monastery and another abandoned itThomas Merton published "The Seven Storey Mountain" in 1948, and the generation coming of age afterMark, Edward Boston Sunday Globe (9 July 1995): B11. Edward Mark
1995
10A mountain at the centre of the earthThomas Merton, peace worker, artist, spiritual explorer and Trappist monk, died in 1968. With thisArchdeacon, Denis Catholic Herald [London] (23 February 1996): 6. Denis Archdeacon
1996
11Run to the MountainTwenty-seven years after his death in Thailand, Kentucky monk Thomas Merton remains a phenomenonCrews, Clyde F. Courier Journal [Louisville] (7 October 1995): A13. Clyde F. Crews
1995
12Merton's pre-monk days topic of journalThis is the first of seven volumes of the journals of Thomas Merton, who was a Trappist monk, poet,Richards, David R. Indianapolis Star (1 October 1995): C1. David R. Richards
1995
13Literary SpiritWhen the great Trappist monk and prolific author of spiritual works died in 1968, his will specifiedFiest, Joe Michael Dallas Morning News (12 August 1995): 2D. Joe Michael Fiest
1995
14A Trappist's journalsThe first volume of the private journals of Thomas Merton begins with their 24-year-old authorFinn, Robert Plain Dealer [Cleveland] (3 September 1995): 12-J. Robert Finn
1995
15Browsing the New Dimensions LibraryThis is the first of a projected seven-volume series of Merton journals, the ones his literary trustToms, Michael New Dimensions 22.4 (Autumn 1995): 34. Michael Toms
1995
16 Is Thomas Merton the most prolific posthumous author in modern times--if not all times? It wouldFinley, Mitch St. Anthony Messenger 104.1 (June 1996): 50-51. Mitch Finley
1996
17BrieflyHold on folks, here we go. This first volume of Merton's personal journals is a heavy tome that is 
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18Dealing With TextsI recall with great pleasure the moment in life in which I discovered, sitting on the booksellersSpaeth, Paul J. Merton Seasonal 20.4 (Autumn 1995): 13-15. Paul J. Spaeth
1995
19 This first of seven volumes of Merton's journals consists of writings that predate his entranceSchroeder, Steve Booklist [Chicago] (1 August 1995):1914-1915.
1995
20Notatki z lektury dziennikow Thomasa MertonaPrzez cale swoje zycie Thomas Merton zapisywal swoje dzieje,Zarebianka, Zofia Topos12.1-2 (2004): 297-299.
2004
21Bogaty Mlodzieniec I Jego ZeszytyPisana w latach II wojny swiatowej autobiografia Tomasza Mertona,Chmielewski, Wojciech W Drodze 5.369 (2004): 76-81.
2004
22The Uncensored MertonOne March, not long after we were married, my wife put on her birthday wish-listJones, Timothy Books & Culture: A Christian Review [London]6.6 (Nov.-Dec. 2000): 25-31.
2000
ANNUAL It is Saturday, September 30, 1939, a damp early autumn evening in New York CityKing, David A. Merton Annual 9: 303-313 [online].
http://merton.org/ITMS/Annual/09/KingRevRM303-313.pdf
1996
ANNUAL First, I want to thank the three reviewers of Run to the Mountain for their careful reading andHart, Patrick, OCSO Merton Annual 9: 314-315 [online].
http://merton.org/ITMS/Annual/09/HartRevRM314-315.pdf
1996
ANNUAL On April 18, 1941, back in New York after his Holy Week retreat at the Abbey of Gethsemani,O'Connell, Patrick F. Merton Annual 9: 288-298 [online].
http://merton.org/ITMS/Annual/09/OConnellRevRM288-297.pdf
1996
ANNUAL This first of a projected series of seven volumes of Merton journals actually comprises threeShannon, William H. Merton Annual 9: 298-303 [online].
http://merton.org/ITMS/Annual/09/ShannonRevRM298-302.pdf
1996
JOURNALA Mirror of My Own Character and ConscienceIn 1967 Thomas Merton organised the setting up of a Legacy Trust to look afterPearson, Paul M. Merton Journal [UK] 3.2 (Advent 1996): 59-63.
http://www.thomasmertonsociety.org/Journal/03/3-2Pearson.pdf
1996