What Matters Most and WhyBy: Jim Manney


Living the Spirituality of St. Ignatius of Loyola — 365 Daily Reflections

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“These are not just reflections to be read; they form an approach to life and a path to be taken. Enjoy the daily journey that follows!”
— from the foreword by Chris Lowney, author of Heroic Leadership
“One of the most successful and accessible explicators of the riches of Ignatian spirituality, Jim Manney is the perfect person to write this beautiful book. Let the wisdom of St. Ignatius guide you gently through your days with these lovely meditations.”
— James Martin, SJ, author of My Life with the Saints and The Jesuit Guide to (Almost) Everything
“There’s no doubt, Jim Manney knows his Ignatius of Loyola. But what matters to me most is the attention Manney pays to what’s essentially human. This book is for our common path of love, work, compassion, relationships, and God.”
— Jon M. Sweeney, author of James Martin, SJ: In the Company of Jesus and editor of The Complete Francis of Assisi
“If you are looking for a book to help you put your faith into action, What Matters Most and Why is the book for you! Jim Manney offers thoughtful daily reflections rooted in Ignatian spirituality that encourage you to not only prayerfully ponder what matters each day, but to also live what matters each day. Each day holds a moment of reflection with an invitation for action. A book I will recommend again and again to those seeking to put their faith into practice!”
— Becky Eldredge, Ignatian-trained spiritual director and author of Busy Lives & Restless Souls and The Inner Chapel
“In this accessible volume, Jim Manney distills decades of prayer, writing, editing, and encouraging others. Readers who are intimately familiar with this tradition, as well as those approaching it for the first time, will find here ample sources for contemplation and action.”
— Tim Muldoon, author of The Ignatian Workout and Living Against the Grain
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