Thomas Merton Correspondence with Jim Douglass

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Thomas Merton Correspondence with Jim Douglass

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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.

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Merton, Thomas, 1915-1968--Correspondence.

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Thomas Merton Correspondence

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Douglass, James William

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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.

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Section A - Correspondence

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