Welcome to the seventh-annual 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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God Calls, We Respond
Reimagining the Ignatian Examen Flip Book: Praise, Reverence, Service
Why Bother Praying the Examen?
Kevin O’Brien, SJ, on the Two Standards
The Truth and Comfort in Ignatian Spirituality
Prayer Is the Sharing of Presence
Wading into the Ocean
Five Things the Spiritual Exercises Taught Me about Jesus
Repetition in Prayer
God as Mystery, God as Neighbor
How Spanish Class Taught Me About Finding God in All Things
The Rich Young Man and the Look of Love
Three Ingredients in a Recipe for Gratitude
When the Winds of Change Blow
The Truth of My Life
Our Human Need for Happiness and Fulfillment (A Letter)
Composition of Place on My Patio
Stay in Love
Care of the Person, Care of the Self
The Foundation of Heroism: Magis
A Place to Pray
Why Ask Why?
In God Alone My Soul Rests
In God’s Waiting Room
The Spiritual Exercises and the Importance of Looking Back
What I Like about Ignatius Loyola
For more celebration throughout July, join us at Facebook.com/IgnatianSpirituality. Use the hashtag #31DayswithIgnatius on your favorite social media, and share the ways you’ve been touched by St. Ignatius and the spiritual outlook that bears his name.
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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