Camino Ignaciano Jubilee Year

The Camino Ignaciano is a pilgrimage that traces the route St. Ignatius Loyola walked through Spain after his conversion in 1522. The Jesuits in Britain share this news about the pilgrimage: The Jesuits in Spain […]

Is God at Work?

How are we to interpret the alternately serendipitous and disappointing, unexpected and unpredictable, courses of our lives? What is happening when death or financial disaster force us to reconsider what we want from life, when […]

The Sin of Ingratitude

A question recently came to the editor’s desk about the fact that St. Ignatius believed ingratitude to be “the cause, beginning, and origin of all evils and sins.” The quote is from a letter dated […]

Find Your Inner Iggy 2014

Find Your Inner Iggy is back! For the final week of Ignatian celebration this July, we’re recalling milestones from St. Ignatius’s life and exploring our own spirituality some 500 years later. Find out how contributors […]

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