The Seven Storey Mountain
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✏The Seven Storey Mountain Book Summary : A celebration of Merton's spiritual autobiography is accompanied by an introduction from the editor and a note from Merton's biographer
✏The Seven Storey Mountain Book Summary : A modern-day Confessions of Saint Augustine, The Seven Storey Mountain is one of the most influential religious works of the twentieth century. This edition contains an introduction by Merton's editor, Robert Giroux, and a note to the reader by biographer William H. Shannon. It tells of the growing restlessness of a brilliant and passionate young man whose search for peace and faith leads him, at the age of twenty-six, to take vows in one of the most demanding Catholic orders—the Trappist monks. At the Abbey of Gethsemani, "the four walls of my new freedom," Thomas Merton struggles to withdraw from the world, but only after he has fully immersed himself in it. The Seven Storey Mountain has been a favorite of readers ranging from Graham Greene to Claire Booth Luce, Eldridge Cleaver, and Frank McCourt. Since its original publication this timeless spiritual tome has been published in over twenty languages and has touched millions of lives.
✏The Seven Storey Mountain Book Summary : The complete and unedited edition of Thomas Merton's famous autobiography, one of the greatest works of spiritual pilgrimage ever written.
📒Preface To Japanese Edition Of The Seven Storey Mountain ✍ Thomas Merton
✏Preface to Japanese Edition of The Seven Storey Mountain Book Summary :
📒Seven Storey Mountain ✍ Thomas Merton
✏Seven Storey Mountain Book Summary : This classic of faith has touched millions of lives--and is now available in a beautiful gift edition. Copyright © Libri GmbH. All rights reserved.
📒Making America S Monk ✍ Andrea Lynn Neuhoff
✏Making America s Monk Book Summary :
📒Merton And Waugh ✍ Mary Frances Coady
✏Merton and Waugh Book Summary : In this close examination of their friendship, through their correspondence, we see Waugh's coaching of a younger writer, and Waugh's brief infatuation with America. Most of all, we witness Merton the writing student and spiritual master and Waugh the master of prose and conflicted penitent.
📒Thomas Merton ✍ Michael W. Higgins
✏Thomas Merton Book Summary : People of God is a brand new series of inspiring biographies for the general reader. Each volume offers a compelling and honest narrative of the life of an important twentieth or twenty-first century Catholic. Some living and some now deceased, each of these women and men have known challenges and weaknesses familiar to most of us, but responded to them in ways that call us to our own forms of heroism. Each of them offers a credible and concrete witness of faith, hope, and love to people of our own day. Thomas Merton was the consummate post-modern holy one: flawed, anti-institutional, a voice for the voiceless. But he was also a classical traditionalist: centered, obedient, in search of stability. He was a religious thinker of remarkable insight, a social commentator of courage and conviction, and a writer of startling virtuosity. Michael W. Higgins recounts the life of this insatiable wanderer. He explores the various layers of influence and evolution in Merton’s thought and spirituality. This book tells the remarkable story of a life that remains to be understood from its beginnings and long after its premature ending.
📒The Seven Mountains Of Thomas Merton ✍ Michael Mott
✏The Seven Mountains of Thomas Merton Book Summary : Derived from Merton's personal journals and letters, and from the recollections of intimate friends, this authorized narrative catches the character of the man, the artist, and the Catholic priest
📒Entering The Silence ✍ Thomas Merton
✏Entering the Silence Book Summary : The second volume of Thomas Merton's "gusty, passionate journals" (Thomas Moore) chronicles Merton's advancements to priesthood and emergence as a bestselling author with the surprise success of his autobiography, The Seven Storey Mountain. Spanning an eleven-year period, Entering the Silence reflects Merton's struggle to balance his vocation to solitude with the budding literary career that would soon established him as one of the most important spiritual writers of our century.