Souls at Work follows upon the author’s Souls at Rest and is an invitation to reflect deeply on the processes of formation, education, intellectual growth, and spiritual maturation. Its many practical suggestions are like having a private spiritual mentor and serve to guide readers in moving from good to “better” in their spiritual lives. The purpose of Souls at Work is simple: to pose questions only you can answer. These questions will help you participate in the formation of your own soul, and the souls of your children, friends, or students. Consider and answer them for yourself to rekindle the hunger that makes learning a joyful feast. Because it incorporates the classical trivium as a lens to focus on the goals of education and growth in the spiritual life, this is a book for parents, teachers, and indeed for all serious Christians. To download a free Souls at Work study guide, visit the author’s blog catholiccreative.org.