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    What Are the Spiritual Exercises?

    The Spiritual Exercises grew out of Ignatius Loyola's personal experience as a man seeking to grow in union with God and to discern God's...

    Ignatian Prayer

    Ignatian prayer is imaginative, reflective, and personal. St. Ignatius Loyola encouraged people to develop an intimate relationship with a God who loves them and...
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    St. Ignatius Loyola

    St. Ignatius Loyola was born in 1491, one of 13 children of a family of minor nobility in northern Spain. As a young man Ignatius Loyola...

    An Approach to Good Choices

    The Ignatian approach to good choices rests on several presuppositions. First it assumes that the alternatives being considered are all positive, constructive, and morally correct. The...

    Four Ways of Helping People

    Howard Gray, SJ, is a spiritual director, educator, writer, and popular speaker. Here he describes how Ignatius came upon the central insight of his...

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    How Ignatian Spirituality Gives Us a Way to Discern God’s Will

    By David L. Fleming, SJ From What Is Ignatian Spirituality? What shall we do? We should not do anything wicked and we should not do anything...

    The Devil Comes Cloaked as an Angel of Light

    By William A. Barry, SJ From An Ignatian Spirituality Reader Later Ignatius had other occasions to discern "spirits" and to note how the evil spirit cloaks...

    Discernment in a Nutshell

    By Joseph A. Tetlow, SJ From Making Choices in Christ Human beings are moved by a dense complex of motives, both in the things we do...

    Discernment of Spirits

    Discernment of spirits is the interpretation of what St. Ignatius Loyola called the “motions of the soul.” These interior movements consist of thoughts, imaginings,...

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