Thomas Merton's Journey in Song w/ Alana Levandoski and James Finley
2. Immense Depths
4. Little Flower
5. To Disappear Into God
6. John Paul
7. Fourth and Walnut
8. The General Dance
9. We Do Not Attend
10. Only Fireflies
11. Strange Islands
12. Here is Something Christian
13. What We Are
15. Palace of Nowhere
16. Latin Missal in the Hermitage
Alana offers all of her physical music at as low of a cost as she is able... that means some people who might not otherwise get it will get it, and others who wish to offer more than the stated amount, can just put in their own chosen amount. It is a way for all the listeners to connect and support each other while still making sure Alana can continue her work!
"A masterpiece in both the spiritual and artistic arenas." - Cynthia Bourgeault
"Beautiful vocals, rich music, profound meditations from the life and work of Thomas Merton... Alana Levandoski has woven a contemplative musical tapestry for all who want to deepen their spiritual lives."
- Brian D. McLaren, author, The Great Spiritual Migration and We Make the Road By Walking
"Nothing less than divine love pulses through these songs. The album is a transformational blend of spoken word and mystic refrains that follows the trajectory of Merton's heart and life. Along the way, God's heart itself beats. It's enough to make you weep."
- Mark Longhurst, Ordinary Mystic
“Point Vierge left me feeling still and quiet. It is a luminous work, filled with spiritual darkness and light. It is inspiring as well as sobering. One hears Merton’s voice, literally, at times, but throughout, singing to us. Many of us miss that voice, that witness, but here we have it once again.”
-Jon M. Sweeney, editor, A Course in Christian Mysticism by Thomas Merton; coauthor, Meister Eckhart's Book of the Heart
"An inspiring soundtrack for meditation, renewal, and insight!”
— Daniel P. Horan, OFM, author, The Franciscan Heart of Thomas Merton: A New Look at the Spiritual Inspiration of His Life, Thought, and Writing
"A beautiful, contemplative album that brings us to the heart of Merton's message."
- Danielle Shroyer, author, Where Jesus Prayed, Original Blessing