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Survival or prophecy? : the correspondence of Jean Leclercq & Thomas Merton

Author: Jean Leclercq; Patrick Hart; Thomas Merton
Publisher: Trappist, Ky. : Cistercian Publications ; Collegeville, Minn. : Liturgical Press, ©2008.
Series: Monastic wisdom series, no. 17.
Edition/Format:   Book : Biography : English
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"Survival or Prophecy? contains the correspondence exchanged between Dom Jean Leclercq, a French Benedictine monk and scholar from the monastery of Clervaux in Luxembourg and Father Thomas Merton, an American Cistercian monk of Gethsemeni Abbey in Kentucky. Their correspondence over twenty years is a fascinating record of the common yearnings of these two monks. Full of learning, human insight, and self-depreciating  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Correspondence
Named Person: Thomas Merton; Jean Leclercq
Material Type: Biography, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Jean Leclercq; Patrick Hart; Thomas Merton
ISBN: 9780879070175 087907017X
OCLC Number: 226911609
Notes: Rev. ed. of: Survival or prophecy? : the letters of Thomas Merton and Jean Leclercq.
Description: xxi, 159 p. ; 22 cm.
Contents: Foreword / Rembert G. Weakland --
Introduction / Patrick Hart --
Letters --
Afterword / Michael Casey --
Chronology: Jean Leclercq --
Chronology: Thomas Merton.
Series Title: Monastic wisdom series, no. 17.
Other Titles: Correspondence.
Responsibility: edited with an introduction by Patrick Hart ; foreword by Rembert G. Weakland ; afterword by Michael Casey.
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"Survival or Prophecy? contains the correspondence exchanged between Dom Jean Leclercq, a French Benedictine monk and scholar from the monastery of Clervaux in Luxembourg and Father Thomas Merton, an American Cistercian monk of Gethsemeni Abbey in Kentucky. Their correspondence over twenty years is a fascinating record of the common yearnings of these two monks. Full of learning, human insight, and self-depreciating humor, these letters capture the excitement of the Catholic Church in the era of the Second Vatican Council - and the perennial appeal of the life of monastic solitude."--BOOK JACKET.

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