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Reviews of:

The Only Mind Worth Having: Thomas Merton and the Child Mind

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01 Many books appeared during the centenary of Thomas Merton's birth.Thurston, Bonnie B. Fairacres Chronicle 49.1 (Summer 2016): 53.
2016.
02 Among the more disquieting challenges Jesus puts before us isMarshall, Mary John, OSB American Benedictine Review 68.3 (September 2017): 334-336.
2017.
ANNUAL Early in her new book, Fiona Gardner notes that there is only a singleO'Connell, Patrick F. Merton Annual 29: 246-251.
2016.
CSQ To my mind, this is one of the best pieces of writing on Merton's life-longPlekon, Michael Cistercian Studies Quarterly 52.2 (2017): 242-244.
2017.
JOURNAL Imagine becoming a child again. It might conjure up images of endlessPickering, Maureen The Merton Journal 23.2 (Advent 2016): 39-41.
http://www.thomasmertonsociety.org/Journal/23/23-2PickeringRevGardner.pdf
2016.
SEASONALAnd There Was EndlessnessThis is a book about the mind's journey into the mystery of growing up and becoming a child, finallyMatthews, Gray The Merton Seasonal 41.2 (Summer 2016): 30-31.
http://merton.org/ITMS/Seasonal/41/41-2MatthewsRevGardner.pdf
2016.