Monthly Archives: November 2010

Merton and the Marginalized

One of the workshops for the ITMS General Meeting is called Merton and the Marginalized, and I’ve learned it will carry on despite the November 24th death of one of the 3 scheduled presenters, Rev. Tom Goekler. Marty Shea says … Continue reading

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Merton, Teilhard and Watts

It’s great to see so many young people interested in Thomas Merton, and to see them return to contribute to our General Meetings. One of them is Rob Peach, who was a 2005 Daggy Scholar and a member of the … Continue reading

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Learn more about Dorothy Day

Robert Ellsberg, who will be appearing on a Dorothy Day Roundtable along with Tom Cornell and Rosalie Riegle during the ITMS General Meeting, has written a fascinating essay in the November 15 edition of America. It’s called Dorothy Day in … Continue reading

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With Malinowski in the Postmodern Desert

We are truly the International Thomas Merton Society.  Małgorzata Poks will come from Poland to present her paper at the ITMS General Meeting at Loyola in Chicago. She teaches courses in American literature and is the author of Thomas Merton and Latin … Continue reading

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