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Acting as narrator and retreat codirector, author Anthony T. Padovano shares selected aspects of Merton’s life story, inviting us to get in touch with our own stories, our own spiritual journeys. The retreat is an invitation to meet God in the ordinary events of the day. Padovano traces Merton’s biography but deals with it in terms of the values and vision it engendered for himself and others.

©1995 Anthony T. Padovano (P)2001 St. Anthony Messenger Press

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  • Michael Mahoney
  • 15-10-15

Needed today more than ever

In today's world of instant gratification and the desire for social acceptance, Thomas Merton reminds us of the truest meaning of life which is the interior life.

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  • Richard J. DeAngelis
  • 09-05-15

Refreshing reflections

A book that should be taken to heart. A beautiful collection of stories that are organized and presented so beautifully about the life of a man that one can't help but love.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 31-05-16

Eminently Repeatable

Once you listen to the Merton bio (roughly, the first half) the remaining sessions have a great deal of deep material you will want to listen to repeatedly, for meditation and reflection.

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  • Cynthia Norman
  • 24-04-14

The Reader can certainly kill a good story

What could have made this a 4 or 5-star listening experience for you?

a narrator with some personality. I'm not sure if he was a computer or a real person

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The subject is fascinating

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Someone else narrating

You didn’t love this book... but did it have any redeeming qualities?

The story

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