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We’re entering the final days of 31 Days with St. Ignatius. Ignatian spirituality attracts people in all walks of life, and today’s entry is just one example of why: Why a Scientists Finds Ignatian Spirituality Compelling. You might also like to check out Find Your Inner Iggy this week on Facebook for more Ignatian celebration.

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Today is July 1, which means we begin our annual celebration of Ignatian spirituality, 31 Days with St. Ignatius. Every day we’ll highlight an article or video to help you explore the riches of Ignatian spirituality. It all leads up to the feast day of St. Ignatius Loyola on July 31. As we announced last […]

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Last year Loyola Press launched the Arts & Faith series, celebrating the many creative ways people use art to express their faith. Inspired by the response to the original series, a new set of stories debuts this week. These include features on a spiritual director who leads Ignatian art retreats, a Jesuit performing a one-man […]

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Our fifth anniversary celebration comes to a close today. During the last several weeks, we’ve: reflected on the Prayer for Generosity with our bloggers marked the occasion with a video greeting from Paul Campbell, SJ, Loyola Press Publisher launched a digitally enhanced experience of the Spiritual Exercises shared an Examen prayer card, and will be […]

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IgnatianSpirituality.com is celebrating its fifth anniversary this month. We have a few things planned to mark the occasion, and our online party will last throughout May. Paul Campbell, SJ, kicks off our celebration with this video greeting: Digitally Enhanced Experience of the Spiritual Exercises The digitally enhanced experience of the Spiritual Exercises mentioned in the […]

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Yesterday we entered Advent, 2013. We highlighted several of Loyola Press’ Advent resources last week, but today is a reminder of a couple. Vinita Wright’s retreat starts today, and you can get a free eBook of her Christmas story, “August’s Farm,” by subscribing to her blog. If you’re looking for an Advent calendar, check out […]

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Advent begins on Sunday, so it’s time to think about what you might want to do this year to prepare yourself anew for Christ’s birth. Here are some online tools to consider incorporating into your prayer and reflection this season. Arts & Faith: Advent Explore sacred art during this season of hope. Weekly videos offer […]

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For the past several years, Paul Campbell, SJ, has spent the week before Thanksgiving hosting a Week of Gratitude on his blog, People for Others. This year’s posts are inspired by quotations about thankfulness. Read Paul’s thoughts and join in the lively community discussion in the comments too. Do you have a favorite short quote […]

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Writing is an important spiritual practice for many people (I’m one of them). If this is true for you, or if you would like it to be, consider following Vinita Wright’s online writing retreat this week on her blog Days of Deepening Friendship. Vinita is a novelist, writer, and editor who is widely acclaimed for […]

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We’ve arrived at the Feast of St. Ignatius Loyola. To mark the day, we’re sharing some of our favorite submissions from this week’s Find Your Inner Iggy celebration. The truth is that I don't always find God in prayer. I just think that in prayer God finds me and then just waits until I notice. […]

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