Thomas Moore is a writer, lecturer, and psychotherapist who lives in New England with his wife and two children.
Moore lived as a monk in a Catholic religious order for twelve years. He has a Ph.D. in religious studies from Syracuse University, an M.A. in theology from the University of Windsor, an M.A. in musicology from the University of Michigan, and a B.A. in music and philosophy from DePaul University.
He is a leading lecturer in the fields of archetypal psychology, mythology, and imagination. A prolific writer and editor, and a generous supporter of other spiritual writers through endorsements and forewords, he is a columnist for Spirituality & Health magazine and Beliefnet. He is perhaps best-known as the author of a series of bestselling books on the sacred art of soulful living.
- Ever-expanding reports on the soul's journey in all arenas of life
- Respect and reverence for imagination, creativity, and beauty
- Adventuresome ideas on the interface between religion and spirituality
- Calls to the vocation of caring for our souls