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Reviews of:

Dialogues with Silence: Prayers and Drawings by Thomas Merton

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01 Merton was always beginning his spiritual life anew, never afraid to acknowledge the darkness in which  Christian Century 118.32 (21-28 November 2001): 47.
2001
02 It is at times difficult to believe that the writings of a Trappist monk who died in 1968Graham, Christian Library Journal 126.16 (1 October 2001): 108.
2001
03 Like his beautifully crafted letters and journals, Merton's prayers and drawings reveal his multifacetedReiss, Jana Publisher's Weekly 248.40 (1 October 2001): 57.
2001
04Mindful MonksRobert King, a retired philosophy religion professor and academic dean, discovered only late in his academicHauser, Richard J. America 186.17 (20 May 2002): 24-26.
2002
05 As the title suggests, this book is a selection of prayers and sketches, compiledWalsh, Tim Spirituality 9.49 (July-August 2003): 251.
2003
06'Silence' will speak to any readers' soulThomas Merton (1915-1968), the Trappist monk who lived at the Abbey of Gethsemani near Bardstown,Jester, Art Lexington Herald-Leader (24 Febraury 2002): H4.
 
ANNUAL Merton's practice as a visual artist has never been fully studied. This is not altogetherMorrin, Peter Merton Annual 15: 269-271.
2002
CSQ When Thomas Merton entered the Cistercian Abbey of Gethsemani on December 10, 1941, he wholeheartedlyDoriot, Jeanne, SP Cistercian Studies Quarterly 38.3 (2003):371-373.
2003
JOURNAL Dialogues with Silence brings together for the first time two central elementsPearson, Paul M. Merton Journal [UK] 8.2 (Advent 2001): 54-56.
http://www.thomasmertonsociety.org/Journal/08/8-2PearsonRevs.pdf
2001
SEASONALArtful Prayer/Prayerful ArtDialogues with Silence: Prayers & Drawings, edited by Jonathan Montaldo, opens wise the door to newSunderman, Marilyn, R.S.M. Merton Seasonal 26:4 (Winter 2001): 23-24.
http://merton.org/ITMS/Seasonal/26/26-4SundermanRevDS.pdf
2001