Richard Rohr and Andreas Ebert are among the leading authorities on the Enneagram in the world today. Twenty years ago they introduced this ancient personality-type system into Catholic circles where it quickly caught on. However, its popularity also caught the attention of some in the church hierarchy who condemned it as pagan. In this new, general introduction to the Enneagram, Rohr and Ebert show that the Enneagram was developed in Egypt by the Desert Fathers and rediscovered by Blessed Raymond Lull, a Francisican missionary to the Moslems at the turn of 14th Century. In addition to the new historical information, the authors show how your personality type best interacts with others. Most importantly, they show how the Christian virtues of humility, charity, and forgiveness are the true basis of the Enneagram system.