In The Reinvention of Work, radical priest Matthew Fox draws on a rich legacy of great mystics and philosophers and proposes a spirituality of work. As Thomas Aquinas said, "To live well is to work well," and in this bold call for the revitalization of daily work, Fox shares his vision of a world where our personal and professional lives are celebrated in harmony--a world where the self is not sacrificed for a job but is sanctified by authentic "soul work."
"A sweeping, enticing vision, pulsing with Fox's unrelenting passion."--"San Francisco Chronicle"Impassioned...life-affirming."--"New Age Journal"A big step toward a new, promising age of human scale and sacred context."--Thomas Moore, author of "Care of the Soul and "Soul Mates"Fox approaches the level of poetry in describing the reciprocity that must be present between one's inner and outer work...[A]n important road map to social change."--"National Catholic Reporter