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Reviews of:

Compassionate Fire: The Letters of Thomas Merton and Catherine de Hueck Doherty

File#TitleFirst LineRev.AuthorCitationYear
01 Compassionate Fire, edited by Robert A. Wild, a diocesan priest and the postulator forRademacher, Nicholas American Catholic Studies 121.2 (2010): 102-105.
2010
02 Letters usually are inroads to intimacy with a person and these do not disappointMaes, Janelle, OSB Benedictines 63.1 (Spring/Summer 2010): 51-53.
2010
ANNUAL Perhaps a key to Thomas Merton's enduring fame is that he provides a window to a soul's spiritualMeade, Mark C. Merton Annual 23: 288-290.
2010
CSQ This slim volume brings together for the first timePearson, Paul M. Cistercian Studies Quarterly 45.4 (2010): 495-497.
2010
JOURNAL This slim volume brings together forPearson, Paul M. Merton Journal [UK] 17.2 (Advent 2010): 42-43.
http://www.thomasmertonsociety.org/Journal/17/17-2PearsonRevMerton.pdf
2010
SEASONALLetters of Kindred SpiritsWhile it may at first sound crass, one could say that Thomas Merton, Catherine Doherty andHoran, Daniel P., OFM Merton Seasonal 35:1 (Spring 2010): 38-40.
http://merton.org/ITMS/Seasonal/35/35-1HoranRevWild.pdf
2010