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Reviews of:

Thomas Merton and the Monastic Vision

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01An Unexpected MertonIt comes as a surprise to discover that in the Orthodox Church only threeForest, James H. Sojourners 29.6 (November-December 2000): 60-63.
2000
02 Readers familiar with Lawrence Cunningham's earlier work have been looking forwardConn, Walter E. Horizons 27.1 (Spring 2000): 211-212.
2000
03 In this well written study, Cunningham begins with a recap of Thomas Merton'sMerriman, Brigid O., OSF Theological Studies 61.3 (September 2000): 596-597.
2000
04 More than fifty volumes by and about Thomas Merton occupy two shelves in theVivian, Tim Anglican Theological Review 824 (Fall 2000): 837-838.
2000
05 This book, one in the series of Eerdman's "Library of ReligiousShannon, William H. Catholic Historical Review 86.3 (July 2000): 534-535.
2000
06 A study of Thomas Merton's intellectual and spiritual development from the publication  First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life 99 (January 2000): 58-59.
2000
07America's HermitThomas Merton chose to be an American, a Catholic and a Trappist.Green, Bernard Tablet [London] (26 February 2000): 277-278.
2000
08 The most famous monk of the 20th century spawned an industry of biographical worksBrown, Daniel A. Choice 37.8 (April 2000): 1485.
2000
09Father Louis Up CloseThe 20th century has concluded.Hauser, Richard J. America 182.7 (4 March 2000): 23-27.
2000
10 Lawrence Cunningham refracts the complexities of Thomas Merton through the prism of his monastic vision.Mize, Sandra Y. Church History 70.2 (June 2001): 392-393.
2001
11 Lawrence Cunningham has written a biography of Thomas Merton that completes, in a very accessible way, theSchneider, Robert Spiritual Life 47.2 (Summer 2001): 120-123.
2001
12 This slender and attractive paperback volume is one in a series of religiousFox, Ruth O.S.B. American Benedictine Review 53.2 (June 2002): 211-213.
2002
ANNUAL Shortly after the publication in 1984 of Michael Mott's official biography of Thomas MertonHensell, Eugene, OSB Merton Annual 13: 263-266.
2000
CSQ The books included in this series of biographies seem to have been built around a religious theme instead of aBaumstein, Paschal Cistercian Studies Quarterly 36.2 (2001): 276-277.
2001
JOURNAL Lawrence Cunningham of the University of Notre Dame has long been one of the mostO'Connell, Patrick F. Merton Journal [UK] 7.1 (Easter 2000): 53-57.
http://www.thomasmertonsociety.org/Journal/07/7-1OConnellRevCunningham.pdf
2000
SEASONALFully Monastic, Fully ModernIn a manner appropriate to the guidelines of the Eerdmans Library of Religious Biography series,Thompson, William M. Merton Seasonal 25:2 (Summer 2000): 34-38.
http://merton.org/ITMS/Seasonal/25/25-2ThompsonRevCunningham.pdf
2000