Maria Montessori, the great 20th-century educational pioneer, observed that children have an intuition for religious life at an early age that is matched only by their capacity to acquire language. During this holiday season, Speaking of Faith explores the spiritual wisdom and intelligence of children—including their ability to process the difficult realities of life.
is Professor Emeritus of Psychiatry and Medical Humanities at Harvard Medical School. He’s the author of many books, including the Pulitzer Prize-winning series Children of Crisis and The Moral Intelligence of Children and The Spiritual Intelligence of Children.
is a retired Yale pediatric oncologist and author of several books, including Window to Heaven: When Children See Life in Death.