The Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius of Loyola

“The aim of Spiritual Exercises is to assist people in finding God’s will for their life, and to give them the motivation and courage to follow that will”.

Nu pentru ca as vrea sa urmez calea sa, ci pentru ca imi place obedienta sa si devotamentul total. Nu m-as dedica bisericii Catolice odata ce sunt dedicata Bibliei, dar cred ca e un insight relevant. De asta citesc “The Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius of Loyola”.
Sunt foarte curioasa care va fi urmarea lecturarii volumului.

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SHORT PREVIEW:
Ignatius of Loyola – (Basque: Iñigo Loiolakoa, Spanish: Ignacio de Loyola) (1491 – July 31, 1556) was a Spanish knight from a local noble family, hermit, priest since 1537, andtheologian, who founded the Society of Jesus (Jesuits) and was its first Superior General. Ignatius emerged as a religious leader during the Counter-Reformation. Loyola’s devotion to the Catholic Church was characterized by unquestioning obedience to the Catholic Church’s authority and hierarchy.
After being seriously wounded in the Battle of Pamplona in 1521, he underwent a spiritual conversion while in recovery. De Vita Christi by Ludolph of Saxony inspired Loyola to abandon his previous military life and devote himself to labour for God, following the example of spiritual leaders such as Francis of Assisi. He experienced a vision of the Virgin Mary and the infant Jesus while at the shrine of Our Lady of Montserrat in March 1522. Thereafter he went to Manresa, where he began praying for seven hours a day, often in a nearby cave, while formulating the fundamentals of the Spiritual Exercises. In September 1523, Loyola reached the Holy Land to settle there, but was sent back toEurope by the Franciscans.

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