In Good Company
The New York Times has described James Martin as maybe "the only Jesuit priest with a degree from the Wharton School," and in the wake of our current economic crisis, the story of his remarkable journey from corporate America...
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The New York Times has described James Martin as maybe "the only Jesuit priest with a degree from the Wharton School," and in the wake of our current economic crisis, the story of his remarkable journey from corporate America to the Society of Jesus couldn't be more timely. From the halls of General Electric under Jack Welch to his entry into the priesthood, In Good Company tells this seeker's powerful story with humor and grace. The book's gems of wisdom will appeal to anyone seeking meaning in daily life. Fast-paced, compelling, and often humorous, his story offers a fresh, inside look at corporate America, the Jesuit vocation, and the human quest for a life well-lived. This Tenth Anniversary Edition features a new preface by the author.
James Martin is an assocaite editor of America. A graduate of the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, James Martin worked six years in corporate finance before entering the Society of Jesus in 1988. He was ordained a priestin June 1999. He is the author of In Good Company, This Our Exile and editor ofHow Can I Find God?
- <span><span Style="font-style:italic;">the New York Times</span> <span>has Described James Martin As Maybe "the Only Jesuit Priest With A Degree From The Wharton School," And In The Wake Of Our Current Economic Crisis, The Story Of His Remarkable Journey From Corporate America To The Society Of Jesus Couldn't Be More Timely. From The Halls Of General Electric Under Jack Welch To His Entry Into The Priesthood,</span> <span Style="font-style:italic;">in Good Company</span> <span>tells This Seeker's Powerful Story With Humor And Grace. The Book's Gems Of Wisdom Will Appeal To Anyone Seeking Meaning In Daily Life. Fast-paced, Compelling, And Often Humorous, His Story Offers A Fresh, Inside Look At Corporate America, The Jesuit Vocation, And The Human Quest For A Life Well-lived. This Tenth Anniversary Edition Features A New Preface By The Author.</span></span>