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Reviews of:

What Are These Wounds?: The Life of a Cistercian Mystic, Saint Lutgarde of Aywières

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01aReligious BiographyThomas Merton's new book will be on a religious theme, the life of the fourteenth century  New York Herald-Tribune (23 January 1950).
1950
01bMerton Writes New BookThomas merton, noted Trappist author, has written another book, What Are These Wounds? the biography  Catholic Messenger Davenport, IA (26 January 1950).
1950
01c A new book by Thomas Merton, author of "Seven Storey Mountain" and "The Waters of Siloe," will be  New York Times (9 January 1950).
1950
01d Thomas merton's new biography of a Trappistine, "What are these Wounds" (Bruce) will appear in March  Journal Rapid City SD (26 February 1950).
1950
01eWhat Are These Wounds?A life of St. Lutgarde, thirteenth-century Trappist nun, one of the first recorded cases of  Saturday Review (18 February 1950).
1950
01f Thomas merton, author of "The Seven Storey Mountain," is getting to be quite prolific. His next book  Globe Boston MA (5 February 1950).
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01g And Thomas Merton, clearly one of our busiest writers, has a new book coming, "What Are These Wounds  Chronicle San Francisco (1 March 1950)
1950
01hWhat Are These Wounds?The author of "The Seven Storey Mountain," etc., explains the life of St. Lutgarde, 13th century  Retail Bookseller (March 1950).
1950
02aWhat Are These Wounds?Here we have a biography of a saint who is little enough known even to Catholics, St. Lutgarde of  Virginia Kirkus Bulletin (15 March 1950).
1950
02bMerton Writes on Saint of 13th CenturyWhether or not you accept the need for mysticism, stigmatization and seven-year fasts (nothing but  Tribune Minneapolis MN (19 March 1950).
1950
02cLife of St. Lutgarde by Thomas merton Is Published HereThis biography of St. Lutgarde of Aywieres, a Trappistine (Cistercian) mystic, was written beforeCattoi, Louise Journal Milwaukee WI (12 March 1950). Louise Cattoi
1950
03aWhat Are These Wounds?Biography of St. Lutgarde, a thirteenth century saint and mystic who joined a Trappist order; by a  Times-Star Cininnati OH (25 March 1950).
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03bInspiring Reading for the Closing Days of LentEveryone--excepting those who embrace exclusively the whole truth of science and none of theHabich, William Courier-Journal (26 March 1950). William Habich
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04aNew Religious Books for Holy Week ReadingDuring Holy Week you may wish to turn to special reading. The following list is compiled to suit a  Press Cleveland OH (4 April 1950).
1950
04b "What Are These Wounds" by Thomas Merton (Bruce) is based on the medieval biography of St. Lutgarde,  Star Indianapolis IN (2 April 1950).
1950
04cWhat Are These WoundsSt. Lutgarde was a Belgian mystic who lived 700 years ago, in the century of Thomas Aquinas. Born of  Globe Boston MA (7 April 1950). L.L.M.
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04d In these final days of the Lenten season, you may wish to turn your attention to some of the newer  State Journal Lincoln NE (5 April 1950).
1950
04e"What are These Wounds?"The gifted Trappist, Thomas Merton, here gives a sympathetic interpretation of the interior life  Standard New Bedford MA (16 April 1950).
1950
05a Perhaps, given the growing maturity of American Catholicism, "Sister Mary Michael" will be more  America (18 May 1950).
1950
05bMerton's History of Nun Who Became a SaintIt is a difficult task to bring into sharp focus the life history of a nun who became a saint. It isRemenyi, Joseph News Cleveland OH (10 May 1950). Joseph Remenyi
1950
05cMerton, Thomas"Here we have a biography of a saint who is little enough known even to Catholics, St. Lutgarde ofLentfoehr, Therese; Edward Barry, and Anne Fremantle Book Review Digest (June 1950). Excerpts of reviews by M.T. Lentfoehr, Edward Barry, and Anne Fremantle
1950
05dWhat Are These Wounds?This time the famed Trappist author of "Seven Storey Mountain" writes about St. Lutgarde, one of the  News Framington MA (15 June 1950).
1950
06aSaint LiutgardisThis work developed from a pamphlet started by request of his superior before Seven Storey Mountain  Catholic Booklist St. Catherine KY (1951).
1951
06bMerton, ThomasThe biography of a 13th century Flemish nun, one of the earliest recorded cases of stigmatization  Book Bulletin Chicago Library (September 1950)
1950
06cWhat Are These Wounds?St. Lutgarde, subject of this new book by the author of "The Seven Storey Mountain," was born in  Blade Toledo OH (August)
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07aMerton's Latest Adds Nothing to His Reputation; May Even Harm itThomas Merton's latest published book, What Are These Wounds?, is not his latest composed book.Simons, John W. Catholic Messenger Davenport IA (20 April 1950). Fr. John Simons
1950
07bTrappist Nun's Story InspiringFather Merton, the young writer who became a Trappist monk and a best-selling author in one of the  Times Hartford Conn (8 April 1950). J. McA. C.
1950
07cMerton, ThomasThe author of "The Seven Storey Mountain" explains the life of St. Lutgarde, 13the century  Journal Lewiston ME (26 April 1950).
1950
07dMerton, ThomasBiography of St. Lutgarde, a 13th century saint and mystic who joined a Trappist order; by a gifted  Guidepost Cincinnati OH (May 1950)
1950
08Merton, ThomasWhat Are These Wounds? Is the first full-length biography in English of St. Lutgarde. This subjectStephen McKenna, CSSR Best Sellers 10 [Scranton PA] (1 April 1950): 6-7. Stephen McKenna, CSSR
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09aA Flemish SaintSt. Lutgarde of Aywieres, the latest subject of Thomas Merton's fluent pen, is a delightfully solid,Fremantle, Anne New York Times 55 (26 March 1950): 4. Anne Fremantle
1950
09b The celebrated dictum about every person having one good book in him is well illustrated in the case  Tribune Chicago IL (26 March 1950)
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09c We expect fine writing from Thomas Merton and in this, his latest contribution, we are notFitzgerald, Julia Morris Banner Nashville, TN (31 March 1950). Julia Morris Fitzgerald
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10Of Saints and Miracles"In the month of June, when the sun burns high in the bright firmament and when Cistercian monks  Newsweek
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11merton to Publish Biography of Mystic"What Are These Wounds?" another book by Thomas Merton, a priest at Our Lady of Gethsemani Monastery  Courier Journal (6 January 1950). 2 copies on same page
1950
12 Even in our day it is the exception when a saint who is the recipient of extraordinary charismata isLentfoehr, Therese, SDS Catholic World 171 (May 1950): 234.
1950
13 St. Lutgarde was a Cistercian nun attached to the c onvent of Aywieres in the Duchy of Brabant.Tansey, Martin Sign 29 (May 1950): 66-67.
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14 In writing this short biography of St. Lutgarde, the Cistercian mystic of Aywieres, Thomas MertonSquire, Aelred, OP Blackfriars 33 (November 1952) 481-482.
1952
15 This is the biography of St. Lutgarde (1182-1246), a Cistercian mystic of Flanders whose privilegeFilas, Francis L., SJ America 83 (8 April 1950): 20.
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16New Merton Book Tells of Saint's LifeThe celebrated dictum about every person having one good book in him is well illustrated in theBarry, Edward Chicago Sunday Tribune Book Review (26 March 1950): 3.
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