The 18th and 19th centuries continued the spread of Ignatian spirituality to new places. Ignatian voices for this era include John Carroll, St. Joseph Pignatelli, Pierre-Jean De Smet, and Gerard Manley Hopkins.
Biographies of 18th-Century Ignatian Voices
John Carroll, SJ
St. Joseph Pignatelli, SJ
Biographies of 19th-Century Ignatian Voices
Pierre-Jean De Smet, SJ
Gerard Manley Hopkins, SJ
Blessed John Sullivan, SJ
Works by 18th- and 19th-Century Ignatian Voices
Selected Poems by Gerard Manley Hopkins
The Victorian Web provides selected poems by Gerard Manley Hopkins, including “God’s Grandeur,” Hopkins’ most famous work.