Thomas Merton Correspondence with Jim Douglass

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Title

Thomas Merton Correspondence with Jim Douglass

Subject

Merton, Thomas, 1915-1968--Correspondence.

Description

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 friend of Daniel Berrigan and Dorothy Day. He served as a theological advisor on conscientious objection and nuclear war at the Second Vatican Council. He first met Merton while a professor at Bellarmine College in Louisville, Kentucky.

Source

Thomas Merton Correspondence

Date

1965, 1967, 1983

Contributor

Douglass, James William

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.

Format

Text

Language

English

Identifier

Section A - Correspondence

Items in the Thomas Merton Correspondence with Jim Douglass Collection

1965-06-19: Letter from James Douglass to Thomas Merton. 1965 June 19
Correspondence with James Douglass who was known for his theological writing and his activism in the area of non-violent resistance to war and especially nuclear arms. Letter to Merton discussing an upcoming visit to to the Abbey, and planning…

1965-07-06: Letter from James Douglass to Thomas Merton. 1965 July 6
Correspondence with James Douglass who was known for his theological writing and his activism in the area of non-violent resistance to war and especially nuclear arms. Letter to Merton discussing a visit.

1965-09-24: Letter from James Douglass to Thomas Merton. 1965 September 24
Correspondence with James Douglass who was known for his theological writing and his activism in the area of non-violent resistance to war and especially nuclear arms. Letter to Merton discussing a visit and politics.

1965-10-03: Letter from James Douglass to Thomas Merton. 1965 October 3
Correspondence with James Douglass who was known for his theological writing and his activism in the area of non-violent resistance to war and especially nuclear arms. Letter to Merton discussing meetings in Rome (re: Second Vatican Council)

1965-11-03: Letter from James Douglass to Thomas Merton. 1965 November 3
Correspondence with James Douglass who was known for his theological writing and his activism in the area of non-violent resistance to war and especially nuclear arms. Letter to Merton regarding a newspaper account of self-immolation at the…

1965-11-16: Letter from James Douglass to Thomas Merton. 1965 November 16
Correspondence with James Douglass who was known for his theological writing and his activism in the area of non-violent resistance to war and especially nuclear arms. Letter to Merton pg. 1

1965-11-16: Letter from James Douglass to Thomas Merton. 1965 November 16
Correspondence with James Douglass who was known for his theological writing and his activism in the area of non-violent resistance to war and especially nuclear arms. Letter to Merton pg. 2

1965-12-07: Letter from James Douglass to Thomas Merton. 1965 December 7
Correspondence with James Douglass who was known for his theological writing and his activism in the area of non-violent resistance to war and especially nuclear arms. Letter to Merton pg. 1

1965-12-07: Letter from James Douglass to Thomas Merton. 1965 December 7
Correspondence with James Douglass who was known for his theological writing and his activism in the area of non-violent resistance to war and especially nuclear arms. Letter to Merton pg. 2

1967-03-29: Letter from James Douglass to Thomas Merton. 1967 March 29
Correspondence with James Douglass who was known for his theological writing and his activism in the area of non-violent resistance to war and especially nuclear arms. Letter to Merton.