Browse Collections (11 total)

Thomas Merton Correspondence with James H. Forest


A life-long activist for peace, Forest first comes into contact with Merton through Dorothy Day while Forest was at the Catholic Worker in New York.…

Contributors: Forest, James H., 1941

Thomas Merton Correspondence with Eileen Egan

William Shannon considered including Eileen Egan's letters for inclusion in Merton's published correspondence. Shannon had drafted a biographical…

Contributors: Egan, Eileen Mary Rita, 1911-2000

Thomas Merton Correspondence with Jim Douglass

Jim Douglass is known for his theological writing and his activism in the area of non-violent resistance to war and especially nuclear arms. He was a…

Contributors: Douglass, James William

Thomas Merton Correspondence with Thomas Cornell

This group of letters documents an important connection Merton had with someone deeply involved in the peace movement, non-violent resistance to the…

Contributors: Cornell, Thomas Charles, 1934-

Thomas Merton Correspondence with Arthur Graham Carey

Merton and Carey discuss the philosophy of art, especially sacred art. At the time of correspondence, Merton was working on the book Art and Worship,…

Contributors: Carey, Arthur Graham

Mother Teresa and Lou Torok Collection

This collection includes papers collected by Lou Torok of his correspondence and friendship with Mother Teresa of Calcutta (Saint Teresa of Calcutta,…

Contributors: Teresa, -- Mother, Saint, -- 1910-1997.

Joseph Zarrella Photographs


This record series includes photographs from the Joseph Zarrella Papers, Accession 2 (Sub-Section H.17B). The photographs were from albums and frames…

Joseph Zarrella Papers


This Sub-Section includes materials related to the Catholic Worker Movement and prominent figures in the movement, including co-founder Dorothy Day…

Contributors: Day, Dorothy, 1897-1980