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Story continued below NewsOK has disabled the comments for this article. The area was re-named Thomas Merton Square. That is probably not an overstatement.
In , Merton had been in the Monastery of Our Lady of Gethsemane, located just outside of Louisville, for 17 years. He had during that time professed his solemn vows in and been ordained a priest in He had also become one of the most beloved Catholic writers of the modern age, and was well on his way to securing his reputation as one of the most important spiritual writers of the 20th century.
And he was troubled by his fame.
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That is a dreadful fate. It is a youthful book, too simple, too crude. I rebel against it, and maintain my basic human right not to be turned into a Catholic myth for children in parochial schools! It seems as though every blogger with even the slimmest or most puzzling spiritual sensibilities has read the passage and adores it, and some brilliant religious thinkers have written beautiful tributes to it. It is a beautiful insight into some profound truths.