The Jesuit guide to (almost) everything
The Roman Catholic religious order - the Society of Jesus, a.k.a. "The Jesuits" - was founded in the 16th century by Saint Ignatius of Loyola. Famous for their practical spirituality and ardent commitment to education, the Jesuits have a reputation as smart people of faith who change lives for the better and make a difference in the world. The Jesuit Guide to (Almost) Everything translates the 500-year-old insights of Saint Ignatius (often called "Ignatian spirituality") for a modern audience, using stories and examples from Martin's 20 years as a Jesuit and from the lives of the great Jesuit saints and spiritual masters.
- 2010 New York : HarperCollins Publishers
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