Anthony de Mello, S.J., was the director of the Sadhana Institute of Pastoral Counseling in Pune, India. A member of the Jesuit province of Bombay (Mumbai), he was known throughout the world for his writings and spiritual conferences. Although he died suddenly in 1987, through his many books, including Awareness, Sadhana, and The Song of the Bird, which have been translated into more than thirty- five languages, he leaves a rich legacy of spiritual teaching.
Praise for Seek God Everywhere
"In this latest book, Father de Mello shares the treasures of St. Ignatius Loyola's classic text The Spiritual Exercises, opening up the centuries-old text in his trademark no-nonsense style. Let de Mello introduce you to the time-tested practices of Ignatian spirituality and help you find God in all things."
- James Martin, S.J., author of The Jesuit Guide to Almost Everything
"Anthony de Mello is a true spiritual master. The author of the greatest book on prayer, Sadhana, now offers the greatest book ever on the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius and Jesuit spirituality. It will take you deeper into the spiritual life, deeper into God. This is the real thing, an instant spiritual classic."
- John Dear, S.J., author of Living Peace, The Questions of Jesus, and Transfiguration