Thomas Merton, The Seven Storey Mountain, and the Rest of the Story

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Thomas Merton, The Seven Storey Mountain, and the Rest of the Story

  • Sacred Heart University
12 Lectures (5 Discs) including Electronic Study Guide
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Summer 2018 Survey
Merton still speaks to us all. Dr. Michael Higgins excellent research and presentations brought Merton's life, teaching and passion to life for us. Too bad more of Merton on DVD not possible. Review by Anonymous (Posted on 7/2/2018)
Spring Survey: April 2017
I felt the DVD onThomas Merton was excellent and he discussed his book... Review by Joan Derry Capitola, Califonrni (Posted on 4/17/2017)
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Truly the most honest revelation of an individuals experience. Very inspiring and left me hungering for more of Thomas Merton. Review by Chuck Beebe, Coatseville, PA USA (Posted on 4/14/2015)
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Prof Higgins had the real "dope," as Merton used to say. And he was enthusiastic. Review by Thomas Hostomsky, New York, NY, USA (Posted on 4/14/2015)
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I appreciate Dr. Higgins' focus on understanding Nouwen--and Merton--as human beings with their own frailties and "growth edges:" no hagiographies here, but an appreciation for the gifts each one contributed to the deepening of the spiritual life in the post-modern era. Review by Rev. Lawrence Hansen Portland, Oregon USA (Posted on 4/14/2015)
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