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Merton and Nouwen authored more than 100 books between them, which have sold some 22 million copies and been translated into more than 30 languages.
We plan to reopen the new-look Little Merton in the spring, when the pub will be a real community hub.
But Merton [council] then appear to have totally ignored Hume Consulting's submission, despite previously encouraging them to take part in the site development process.
The daughter of a railwayman and a school dinner lady, Aherne split with husband Peter Hook, guitarist with pop group New Order and house musician on the Mrs Merton Show, in April 1996.
Merton wants to know exactly where they are and who uses them, so begins his tour in the Scottish Highlands, also visiting Cumbria and Cornwall.
Let me get ahead of myself by saying that because Merton, long before ecumenism and religious dialogue became catchwords, had made personal inroads into non-Christian faiths (Hinduism, Buddhism, Hasidic Judaism, Sufism, etc.
The vitality of contemplation for both Merton and Borgmann is the conjunction, "with" (con).
HAVE I Got News For You team captain Paul Merton will take to the road again in 2015 with his world-renowned Impro Chums.
Horan's main premise, that Thomas Merton was a "Franciscan-hearted person," may seem strange at first.
Career: Was a telephonist at the BBC's Manchester offices for a while, but it was while she was working as a receptionist at Piccadilly Radio that she developed her Mrs Merton character, who first featured on Frank Sidebottom's radio show.
North Vancouver, B C: Thomas Merton Society of Canada, 2012.
With his selection process, the editor wishes to display the diversity of Merton's interests and concerns, and to give the reader a comprehensive and representative anthology that reflects both the depth and breadth of Merton the essayist, whose range was from the personal to the critical and expository.