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Thomas Merton's vision of life and faith was broad and all-encompassing. It ranged from the Hebrew prophets to the peace movement, from the Desert Fathers and Mothers to contemporary Buddhism, and from literature to science. And it found expression in diverse forms - in poetry, prose, journals, letters, and photography. This collection of essays by distinguished Merton scholars was compiled in honor of the late Robert E. Daggy, longtime director of the Thomas Merton Center in Louisville, Kentucky. Reflecting Merton's diverse interests and talents, the collection includes articles on Merton's view of faith, his monastic commitment, his relationship with his father, his interest in quantum physics, the role of nature in his spirituality, his poetry, and his dialogue with the Eastern traditions. Written by the editors of the recently published "The Journals of Thomas Merton", these articles offer new insights into the complex and fascinating life of this great spiritual leader. Merton's words continue to have special meaning for so many. In this exceptional collection, all his readers will discover much to enrich their awareness of Merton and to deepen their own spiritual lives.Biografía del autor:
Patrick F. O'Connell, associate professor of English and Theology at Gannon University, Erie, PA., served as fifth president of the International Thomas Merton Society and has been editor of The Merton Seasonal since 1998; he is co-author of the Thomas Merton Encyclopedia and has edited Cassian and the Fathers, the first volume of Merton's Novitiate Conferences.
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Descripción Ave Maria Press, 2003. Soft cover. Condición: New. Nº de ref. del artículo: 20NOV2915
Descripción Ave Maria Press, 2003. Condición: New. New. Nº de ref. del artículo: Q-0877939918