St. Ignatius and others inspired by Ignatian spirituality have given us a rich prayer tradition. While the Examen is the defining prayer of Ignatian spirituality, the rich tradition of reflection on the human hunger for God has left us with a fine array of prayers that speak of our needs and our gratitude to God.
Prayer for Generosity by St. Ignatius
Our dotMagis bloggers reflect on the individual lines of St. Ignatius’s Prayer for Generosity.
Suscipe (Take, Lord, Receive) by St. Ignatius
Take, Lord, and Receive
Short video featuring the Contemplatio from the end of the Spiritual Exercises. It simply presents the English text of the prayer along with some images and a gentle piano accompaniment.
Prayer to Know God’s Will by St. Ignatius
O Deus Ego Amo Te / O God, I Love Thee by St. Francis Xavier, SJ, translated by Gerard Manley Hopkins, SJ
Wash Me With Your Precious Blood by St. Peter Canisius, SJ
Prayers by Jesuits
Fall in Love (often attributed to Pedro Arrupe, SJ) by Joseph Whelan, SJ
In the Hands of God by Pedro Arrupe, SJ
Teach Me Your Ways by Pedro Arrupe, SJ
A Teacher’s Prayer for Generosity by Marc Fryer, SJ
A Prayer of Hope by Luis Espinal, SJ
A Prayer for Spiritual Freedom (Prayer Before a Meeting)
Litany of the Saints and Blessed of the Society of Jesus
In this litany first used in the concentration camp at Dachau, Jesuit saints and martyrs are petitioned to intercede for their companions in Christ who are suffering today.
Articles About Ignatian Prayers
Suscipe, the Radical Prayer
By Amy Welborn
dotMagis Posts with Prayers by Ignatius and Others
From the archives of the dotMagis blog.