Tensions, Disruptions and Incompleteness: Thomas Merton on Sustaining Hope in the Face of Social Crisis
Date: July 7th, 2022, at 7pm (PT)
Venue: VST Epiphany Chapel & Streamed Online via Zoom
Join Gary Hall for an evening lecture.
In the summer of 1965, as he prepared for living in a hermitage, Thomas Merton was writing about how some forms of communicating connect us, and some alienate us from one another and from our habitat. What Merton has to teach about generative, relational communicating is discovered not by studying the content of particular writings, but through attention to what the communicative writing was intended to do.
Free Public Lecture
– Thomas Merton Society of Canada
– Centre for Christian Engagement | St. Mark’s College