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    A Spirituality of Action

    One characteristic of Ignatian spirituality is its focus and commitment to action. By Monika K. Hellwig From An Ignatian Spirituality Reader, edited by George W. Traub,...

    Vocations

    Vocation comes from the Latin vox, meaning voice. It implies that you are being called by God to a particular state or course of...

    Education, Arts and Sciences

    Jesuit education is well-recognized and highly-regarded for its academic rigor, with schools throughout the world dedicated to caring for the whole person of each...

    Spiritual Exercises in Art

    This is a stained glass window created by Dennis McNally, SJ, depicting three of the principal meditations in the Spiritual Exercises.  The artist explains: The...

    Best Ignatian Songs: Jesus Was an Only Son

    "Some people pray, some people play music," Bruce Springsteen once said, but it's pretty obvious that Bruce prays with much of the music he...

    Best Ignatian Songs: Have I Told You Lately that I Love You

    Van Morrison says that his song "Have I Told You Lately that I Love You" is a prayer to God. It's an Ignatian...

    Best Ignatian Songs: Holy Now

    Ignatius Loyola experienced a profound mystical vision on the banks of the Cardoner river in northern Spain.  He did not describe it any detail. ...

    Ignatian Prayer and the Imagination

    Ignatian prayer places great emphasis on the power of the imagination to deepen our relationship with God. One of the principal forms of prayer...

    Suscipe, the Radical Prayer

    By Amy Welborn Adapted from The Words We PrayTake Lord, and receive all my liberty, my memory, my understanding, and my entire will, all that...
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    Pray with Your Imagination

    By David L. Fleming, SJ From What Is Ignatian Spirituality? Ignatius would never have thought of himself as a highly educated intellectual. He had an advanced...

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