Welcome to 31 Days with St. Ignatius, a month-long celebration of Ignatian spirituality. In honor of the feast of St. Ignatius Loyola on July 31, we offer a selection of articles, blog posts, and videos to help you explore the riches of Ignatian spirituality.
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If You Are Looking For God, God Will Find You
Five Fresh Ideas for Renewing Prayer
Prayer Is as Easy as 1, 2, 3—You Can Count on It!
Pray with Your Imagination
What Gifts We Notice in the Examen
God Surprises in Peas and Teas
The Gift of the Ordinary
An Attitude of Contemplation
Reflecting on This Summer Day
The Centrality of Gratitude
Finding God When My Son Was Hurt
Opening Our Eyes to Contemplation
Why Do We Pray?
Prayer in the Calm Times
Rocking Babies in Church
Deep in the Darkness
A Lesson in Human Dignity at a Paris Bistro
When You Think Someone Is Wrong
The “Examen”ed Life
The Examen Always Ends with Hope
God Came to Tea
Encountering God in the Unexpected
Prayer Brings God into the Messy Rooms
Praying Our Stories
Forgiveness, Transformation, and Mercy
The Contemplation on Divine Love
Six Characteristics of Ignatian Spirituality
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If you’re ready to go deeper into Ignatian spirituality, try the online retreat An Ignatian Prayer Adventure. Or see a selection of Ignatian books from Loyola Press.
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