Anthony de Mello, a Jesuit priest and psychotherapist, is well known for his writings and spiritual conferences. Born on 4th September 1931, in Bombay, India, he traveled to many states and countries to study and pursue his career. De Mello showed the way of authentic living through his stories and lectures. His spiritual insight and thorough understanding of humanity was well reflected in his teachings. This depth of understanding fetched him world wide recognition. Anthony de Mello served as the director of Sadhana Institute of Pastoral Counseling in Poona, India, until his demise on 2nd June 1987, in New York. He was also a member of the Jesuit province of Bombay.
ANTHONY DE MELLO TIMELINE
Born on September 4, in Bombay, India.
Published ‘Song of the Bird’ and ‘SadhanaA Way to God’.
'WellspringsA Book of Spiritual Exercises' written by Anthony De Mello was published.
Died on June 2, New York City, because of a heart attack, aged 56.
A spiritual treatise was published posthumously, under the name ‘One Minute Wisdom’.
‘Taking Flight’ published posthumously.
Pictures of Anthony De Mello