Digitally Enhanced Spiritual Exercises and More to Celebrate Our Anniversary 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 video can be found here. Developed for spiritual directors and other practitioners of Ignatian spirituality, the Spiritual Exercises online supports those who lead others in the Exercises, whether as a 30-day retreat, a 19th annotation retreat, or other variation.

digitally enhanced experience of the Spiritual Exercises - screenshotThe website includes:

  • Louis J. Puhl, SJ, translation, with additional translations to be added later
  • Commentaries and annotations by leaders in Ignatian spirituality, such as Margaret Silf, Joseph Tetlow, SJ, Michael Ivens, SJ, and others
  • Videos, image libraries, PowerPoint presentations, and multi-media prayer experiences

The Spiritual Exercises online is a free site offered by Loyola Press. Visit directly at or use the link in the Spiritual Exercises section of this site.

Gifts for dotMagis Subscribers

Later this month, we’ll send a copy of two special items to all dotMagis subscribers:


  1. an online magazine with a selection of the best dotMagis posts from our first five years
  2. a photo album of some favorite photos from our sister blog, Picturing God.

If you’re not already a subscriber, sign up for free (link in sidebar).

Prayer for Generosity Series

We’ve invited our family of bloggers to reflect on the individual lines of St. Ignatius’s Prayer for Generosity. This special series kicks off on Wednesday here on dotMagis—another great reason to subscribe so you don’t miss a post.

Thank you for being a part of the first five years of Now is a great time to share the site with your friends and invite them to celebrate with us!

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  1. Happy 5th anniversary!
    I have been reading and viewing Ignatian Spirituality daily for five years and have been spiritually enriched by the content, posts, comments and the editorial gifts of the team who, so generously, offer their talents, insights and encouragement to each of us – thank you.

    • Dear Denise-
      Your welcome! It’s my pleasure…
      I found out about this site through a good friend and Priest at my church. He is a Franciscan, and will be 75 in August! He has since transferred to upstate NY but he has changed my life for the better.
      I continually share your sight with other parishioners and friends alike. I’m a teacher by profession, but also a Eucharitic Minister and Lector @ The Cathedral of Saints Peter and Paul, in Providence, RI.
      “Thank you” again for all that you do! It’s an amazing, and progressive sight that I hope, continues to flourish and inspire others with a deeper sense of strength in God and our spirituality.

  2. Happy 5th Anniversary! How richly blessed we are to have this site. Thank you and cheers to many more years of spiritual inspiration, direction and continued faith through Ignatian spirituality! Thank you to all of Loyola Press!

  3. I am an Asst. Prof. st St. Xavier’s Institute of Education, Mumbai. I am so glad the Ignatian spirituality has grown so much as to affect people globally. I am associated with a Jesuit institution and feel very much a part of this whole mission. I read the e – newsletter and am inspired by the works. Thanks for this initiative.


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