Converting Nine to Five

Converting Nine to Five

by John C. SJ Haughey

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Overview

A thought-provoking guide to a spiritual approach to daily work."
—'Booklist'

This compelling analysis of the spiritual dimensions of work confronts the alienation and lack of fulfillment that exist in epidemic proportions in the workplace. Haughey delves into the question of the lasting value of work, and focuses on the relationship between work and justice, work and grace, and work and spirit. Haughey's book is a quiet energizer, perfect for the person who is bored with work, angry at his or her colleagues or disillusioned with the meaning of work."
—'America'


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ISBN-13: 9781597523660
Publisher: Wipf & Stock Publishers
Publication date: 11/14/2005
Edition description: Reprint
Pages: 182
Product dimensions: 5.58(w) x 8.52(h) x 0.45(d)

About the Author

John C. Haughey, SJ, a well respected theologian and lecturer, is a senior research fellow at Georgetown University's Woodstock Theological Center in Washington, D.C. He has served as an appointee of the Vatican's Council on Christian Unity for seventeen years and has held chairs at Marquette University, John Carroll University, and Seton Hall University. He is the author of 'Housing Heaven's Fire' (2002) and editor of 'Revisiting the Idea of Vocation' (2004).

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"A thought-provoking guide to a spiritual approach to daily work."

—'Booklist'



"This compelling analysis of the spiritual dimensions of work confronts the alienation and lack of fulfillment that exist in epidemic proportions in the workplace. Haughey delves into the question of the lasting value of work, and focuses on the relationship between work and justice, work and grace, and work and spirit. Haughey's book is a quiet energizer, perfect for the person who is bored with work, angry at his or her colleagues or disillusioned with the meaning of work."

—'America'

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