Jeffrey Mark Golliher is an Episcopal priest, Franciscan, and cultural anthropologist. He has travelled widely to explore the spiritual path in the Western and Eastern traditions and among indigenous peoples. Much of his work has focused on the spiritual dimension of the environmental crisis. For more than ten years, he served as Canon for Environmental Justice and Community Development at the Cathedral of St. John the Divine in Manhattan. Currently, he is the environmental representative for the worldwide Anglican Communion at the United Nations, an author and speaker, and a guide for those who wish to follow the spiritual path. Rev. Golliher, his wife, Asha, and their dog, Luke, live in the foothills of the Catskills, where he serves the people of St. John’s Episcopal Church, Ellenville, New York.