When he entered Gethsemani Abbey in 1941, Merton embraced a hidden
life . By the time he died nearly thirty years later, he was well
known as `a witness to life', a friend of people around the world,
and a keen observer of both church and society. Those who knew him
and who have studied his published works reflect here on his
influence on Church and society.
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