Welcome to the 11th-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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Five Things the Spiritual Exercises Taught Me About Jesus
Good Habits and the Examen
God in the Mess
Two Hints for Recognizing the Two Ignatian Movements of Consolation and Desolation
Gratitude Generates Energy
Contemplative in Action
Mystery and Imagination
St. Ignatius, a Mystic and a Beggar, Teaches Trust and Generosity
To Toil and Not to Seek for Rest
My Mother’s Prayer
The Truth and Comfort in Ignatian Spirituality
Six Fascinating Jesuits You’ve Probably Never Heard Of
The Inner Chapel
When We Can’t Have What We Want
If You Are Looking for God, God Will Find You
Five Gifts of Ignatian Spirituality for the Aging
Exploring the Examen Step-by-Step: Give Thanks
The Contemplation on Divine Love
The Shoes of a Pilgrim
My Mother’s Suscipe
Resistance in the Spiritual Life
A Healing Hand
Breathing in the Silence
Encounters in Imaginative Prayer
Creativity and the Ignatian Spirit
To Give and Not to Count the Cost
Little Lesson from St. Ignatius of Loyola
How Much Do You Know About Ignatian Spirituality? Quiz
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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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