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Reviews of:

A Seven Day Journey with Thomas Merton

File#TitleFirst LineRev.AuthorCitationYear
01 De Waal, author of several works of Benedictine spirituality, shares with the reader her own sevenCraft, Carolyn M. Library Journal 118.6 (1 April 1993): 106.
1993
02 Esther de Waal writes widely on Benedictine and Celtic spirituality, lectures, and conducts retreatsHeiser, William Charles, SJ Theology Digest 41.2 (Summer 1994): 164.
1994
03Monk for our timeIt will be 25 years this December since Thomas Merton's sudden death by electrocutionForest, James H. Tablet [London] 247 (13 November 1993): 1491-1492.
1993
04 Why should Esther de Waal be such a compellingly influential commentator on the Spiritual Life?Eastman, Patrick Monos 5.9 (October 1993): 6.
1993
05 One of the things that immediately struck me about this book was Merton's photographs.Carroll, Patricia Hallel [Ireland] 21.2 (1996): 155.
1996
ANNUAL A spiritual retreat, carried out alone in silence, is by definition a private and personal journey.Aprile, Dianne Merton Annual 7: 181-185 [online].
http://merton.org/ITMS/Annual/07/AprileRevWaal.pdf
1994
CSQGeneral SpiritualityEsther de Waal needs no introduction to readers of CSQ.Hart, Patrick, OCSO Cistercian Studies 28.3/4 (1993): 63-64.
1993
JOURNAL This valuable new edition with a foreward by Jim Forest has been written to enableNevin, Lindsay Merton Journal [UK] 3.1 (Easter 1996): 70.
http://www.thomasmertonsociety.org/Journal/03/3-1NevinRevWaal.pdf
1996
SEASONALAnother Merton JourneyA Seven Day Journey with Thomas Merton is the most recent book to appear from the AnglicanPearson, Paul M. Merton Seasonal 18:1 (Winter 1993): 29.
http://merton.org/ITMS/Seasonal/18/18-1PearsonRevWaal.pdf
1993