Padovano, Athony T. (American playwright, author, lecturer, president of CORPUS, 19__-____), “Winter Rain,”
a __-minute television drama in English in six scenes in five interiors, set in _____, ____,
© 1988 by Athony T. Padovano;
• in Athony T. Padovano’s Conscience and Conflict: A Trilogy of One-Actor Plays: Thomas Merton, Pope John XXIII, Martin Luther (New York: Paulist Press, 1988), 102 pp., ISBN 0809130017, LCCN 88019492, containing “Winter Rain,” “His Name is John ,” “Summer Lightning”;
• script/rights available from Anthony T. Padovano, 9 Millstone Drive, Morris Plains, New Jersey 07950, U.S.A., telephone 973-539-8732, fax 973-292-2335, e-mail email@example.com, http://www.corpus.org.
• Cited in Play Index, 1988-1992: An Index to 4,397 Plays, edited by Juliette Yaakov (____-____) and John Greenfieldt (____-____) (New York: The H. W. Wilson Company, 1993), 542 pp., ISSN 0554-3037, LCCN 64-1054.
Thomas (m), Trappist monk.
• “Anthony T. Padovano holds an S.T.D. in systematic theology from the Gregorian University in Rome and a Ph. D. in English language and literature from Fordham University. He has written 25 books, articles and plays and has lectured on many aspects of religion and spirituality, including Thomas Merton as a symbol of this century.”—Thomas Merton - Rain and Grace by Anthony Padovano, http://edge.net/~dphillip/Padovano.html, accessed February 17, 2003.
• Research could include the Anthony Padovano Papers stored in the Notre Dame Archives, at University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, Indiana 46556, U.S.A., telephone 574-631-5000, U.S.A., 19 linear feet, “Papers, audio-visual material, and printed material of Anthony Padovano; consisting of correspondence, journals, brochures, articles, translations, prefaces, audio and video tapes, and books; with critiques of and responses to his writings and lectures, papers having to do with the Justice and Peace Commission, his resignation from the active priesthood, his radio and television appearances, his service as Catholic pastor of the inclusive community at the First Congregational Church, Passaic, NJ, the International Federation of Married Catholic Priests, and CORPUS.”—Notre Dame Archives Inventory: Padovano, http://catholic.archives.nd.edu/CPAD.HTM, accessed February 17, 2003.
• Also, research could include Thomas Merton’s autobiography, The Seven Storey Mountain (New York: Harcourt, Brace, 1948), 429 pp., LCCN 48008645.
biography, CORPUS (Association for an Inclusive Priesthood), Merton (Thomas Merton, American, Roman Catholic priest, Trappist monk, spiritual writer, poet, social activist, author, 1915-1968), television.