Tony is a writer, speaker, and teaches in colleges around the country on topics of authentic faith, spiritual formation, cultural integration, cross-spiritual communication, and sacred friendship.
He is the author of ALOOF and Neighbors and Wise Me, and a regular contributor to Leadership Journal. He is part of the Parish Collective (parishcollective.org).
Tony and his wife, Aimee, have three sons and live in Portland, Oregon.
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