"The parables of Jesus seek to draw one into the Kingdom, and they challenge us to act and to live from the gift which is experienced therein. But we do not want parables. We want precepts and we want programs. We want good precepts and we want sensible programs. We are frightened by the lonely silences within the parables." [John Dominic Crossan, In Parables - The Challenge of the Historical Jesus, Harper and Row, 1973,82]

Pope Francis' Leadership Style - A Book Review

JBookonPopeFrancisChris Lowney, Pope Francis: Why He Leads the Way He Leads, Loyola Press, 2113

A Review by Quentin de la Bedoyere

Chris Lowney himself has been a Jesuit seminarian and a senior executive at J.P. Morgan & Co. He uses his experience of both to examine in this book Pope Francis' approach to leadership. This analysis, which Lowney frames in terms of Jesuit spiritualty, offers useful keys to the way Francis thinks and acts. Read the review