Thomas Merton and The Catholic Worker

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Title

Thomas Merton and The Catholic Worker

Subject

Merton, Thomas, 1915-1968--Political and social views.
Day, Dorothy, 1897-1980.
Catholic Worker Movement.

Description

A selection of articles written by Thomas Merton for The Catholic Worker between 1954 and 1968. Also included are reviews of books by Thomas Merton, and a reflections on his impact after his death in 1968.

Source

Zarrella Papers: Catholic Worker Newspapers

Date

1954-1978, 2000

Contributor

The Catholic Worker

Rights

Copyright © The Thomas Merton Center at Bellarmine University. All rights reserved. Photographs copyright of the Merton Legacy Trust. Not to be used without written permission.

Relation

http://www.merton.org/Research/findingaids.aspx

Format

v. : ill. ; 42 cm

Language

English

Type

Periodical

Identifier

Sub-Section H.17a

Collection Items

"We have to make ourselves heard"
This article is a revised and expanded form of "Nuclear War and Christian Responsibility" which originally appeared in Commonweal 75 (9 February 1962): 509-513. This version, which appeared in the May 1962 edition of The Catholic Worker, was…

"Bread in the wilderness" book review
Review of Merton's book "Bread in the Wilderness" by John Stanley

"Bread in the wilderness" book review
Review of Merton's book "Bread in the Wilderness" by John Stanley

"The Sign of Jonas" book review
A review of" The Sign of Jonas" - a five-year diary that gives insight to life at the Abbey in KY. Overall positive and brief but does have an interesting way of justifying his latest book. "Merton needed to publish a diary just like he needed a hole…

"A Thomas Merton Reader" book review
A review of "A Thomas Merton Reader" reviewed by Jean Forester

"A Thomas Merton Reader" book review
A review of "A Thomas Merton Reader" reviewed by Jean Forester

"Emblems of a Season of Fury " book review
Review of book of poems by Merton

"Thomas Merton Trappist 1915-1968" by Dorothy Day
Obituary of Merton by Dorothy Day on the front page of the Catholic Worker. She describes his commitment to CW and to the peace movement. Uses quotes from their correspondence

"Thomas Merton Trappist 1915-1968" by Dorothy Day
Obituary of Merton by Dorothy Day. She describes his committement to CW and to the peace movement. Uses quotes from their correspondence

"A Hidden Wholeness: The Visual World of Thomas Merton"  book review
Review of a book of photos/images of Merton.
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