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Reviews of:

Thomas Merton: Master of Attention

File#TitleFirst LineRev.AuthorCitationYear
01 Using as his organizing principle Simone Weil's statement thatO'Connell, Patrick F. Religious Studies Review 36.3 (September 2010): 237.
2010
02 Robert Waldron begins the introduction to his little work with the question:Rumsey, Patricia M. Modern Believing 49.4 (2008): 70-71.
2008
03 Robert Waldron directs Merton and Nouwen retreats in New England.Heiser, Charles W Theology Digest 53.2 (Summer 2006): 189.
2006
04 This foray into a little-explored avenue of Merton scholarship opens up the dimension ofDevereaux, Rima Tablet [London] 262.8734 (22 March 2008): 38.
2008
ANNUAL Those with an artistic temperament will love this book. Those who want to explore time-tested orWeis, Monica Merton Annual 21: 285-288.
2008
CSQ Thomas Merton: Master of Attention is the fourth bookPearson, Paul M. Cistercian Studies Quarterly 45.3 (2010): 372-374.
2010
JOURNAL This is the fourth book by RobertDunhill, Stephen Merton Journal [UK] 15.1 (Easter 2008): 53-55.
http://www.thomasmertonsociety.org/Journal/15/15-1DunhillRevWaldron.pdf
2008
SEASONALPaying Attention to a MasterThe stated purpose of Robert Waldron's most recent Merton book is a two-fold:Somerville, Mary R. Merton Seasonal 33:2 (Summer 2008): 33-34.
http://merton.org/ITMS/Seasonal/33/33-2SomervilleRevWaldron.pdf
2008