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A Retreat with Thomas Merton

A Seven-Day Spiritual Journey

Esther de Waal; New Foreword by Bonnie B. Thurston

A Retreat with Thomas Merton
A Retreat with Thomas Merton

eISBN: 9798400800368, E00368

Details: 136 pgs,
Publication Date: 10/26/2023
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The celebrated spiritual writer Thomas Merton remains one of the most influential voices of our day. His many books are considered modern spiritual classics as he is credited with introducing the riches of the monastic tradition to many. Here, Esther de Waal devises a seven-day personal or group retreat program using excerpts from Thomas Merton’s writings and a selection of the photography for which he was also renowned. She creates a retreat that can be made at home, at a retreat center, on vacation, or over a week or longer. The focus of each of the seven days is: The Call, Response, The Solitary Within, Encounter with Christ, The Demands of Love, Ordinary Things, and Integration.

Esther de Waal is a noted scholar and spiritual writer residing in Oxford. She was propelled to fame by her book Seeking God, which was published in numerous languages. She is also the author of The White Stone: The Art of Letting Go, published by Liturgical Press.

eISBN: 9798400800368, E00368

Details: 136 pgs,
Publication Date: 10/26/2023