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Thomas Merton and the Education of the Whole Person

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Merton was a teacher for most of his adult life, starting when he was a masters student at Columbia University in the fall of 1938 and including all but his first formative years as a monk of Gethsemani. At Columbia he taught composition in the extension division, and continued as an assistant professor of English literature at what was then St. Bonaventure College up until his admission into Gethsemani Abbey on December 10th in 1941. He began teaching an introductory class in theology at Gethsemani in 1949, as well as a series of orientation classes for novices. Appointed Master of Scholastics in 1951, he became responsible for those monks studying for the priesthood, to be followed by ten years of service as Novice Master beginning in 1955. He gave weekly conferences in the monastery thereafter until he left on his fateful trip to the Far East.

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