The Merton Annual Volume 32 – Finding Your “Right Mind” in this World
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“The articles included in this volume in one way or another point readers back to the real Prince of Peace, and to the growth hidden beneath the stones of these dark times. … As you enjoy the articles offered here, may you be gently reminded, and consoled by the fact, that being in your “right mind” has little to do with being ‘perfectly adjusted.’ The mad world needs the weird ones to bring back some real sanity.” Click here to read the full introduction by Deborah Pope Kehoe.
The Merton Annual publishes articles about Thomas Merton and about related matters of major concern to his life and work. Its purpose is to enhance Merton’s reputation as a writer and monk, to continue to develop his message for our times, and to provide a regular outlet for substantial Merton-related scholarship. The Merton Annual includes as regular features, reviews, review-essays, a bibliographic survey, interviews, and first appearances of unpublished or obscurely published Merton materials, photographs and art. Essays about related literary and spiritual matters are also considered.
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