We are very excited to announce that Matthew Kelly has agreed to be a contributing writer at The Integrated Catholic Life eMagazine. Many of you have read Matthew’s best selling books on living the Catholic Faith or heard him speak at conferences and retreats.

I have collaborated with him over the past few years to distribute over 4,000 copies of his book, Rediscovering Catholicism, at my parish and planning and hosting a speaking event for him that drew more than 1,100 men and women to the church on a Monday night! He is a passionate and dynamic speaker and author who challenges each of us to be the best version of ourself.

Watch for a special feature that will run here on Sunday through Monday, April 25-26, 2010, in which Senior Editor Randy Hain conducts an interview: Father and Husband, Author and Speaker – An Intimate Conversation with Matthew Kelly.

Matthew Kelly was born in Sydney, Australia, where he began speaking and writing in 1993. Since that time he has travelled in more than fifty countries and spoken to over four million people. He has written twelve books which have appeared on the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and USA Today bestseller lists and have been published in twenty-five languages. His titles include: The Rhythm of Life, The Seven Levels of Intimacy, The Dream Manager, and Building Better Families.

In addition to his efforts to help individuals become the-best-version-of-themselves, Kelly is also a partner at Floyd Consulting, a Chicago based management consulting firm. His clients include: Pepsi, Proctor and Gamble, the Department of Defense, McDonalds, USBank, 3M, Ernst & Young, HSBC, the U.S Navy, the U.S. Air Force, and more than 35 other Fortune 500 companies.

His core message, regardless of whether he is speaking in a business, a school or at a Church, invites listeners to become the-best-version-of-themselves. Kelly convincingly communicates this message as God’s desire for each of us. And he insists that it is also the desire of parents for their children, husbands and wives for each other, CEOs for their companies and employees, pastors for their communities and members, and managers for those they lead and instruct.

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