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St. Ignatius Loyola is one of the great shapers of the Catholic tradition. The Spanish soldier turned pilgrim for Christ bequeathed not only an extraordinary institutional legacy but also a distinctive spirituality that today nourishes men and women looking for ways to integrate faith and life. Informing Jesuit education, ministry, and training in communities around the world, Ignatian spirituality offers a practical vision-of engaged, responsible, discerning men and women striving to find God in all things-that resonates in this age of transition. Drawn from the vast body of Ignatius's writings, these 365 maxims help everyone reflect on the presence of God in daily life. First complied by the Jesuit scholar Gabriel Hevenesi in 1715 as Scintillae Ignatianae, these brief thoughts, supplications, prayers, directions, and other aphorisms were first published in an English translation in 1928 but have been unavailable in book form for many years.Organized into a daybook for contemplation, Ignatius's words serve as personal spiritual exercises. They touch on a range of topics, from affirmations of God's presence and Christ's love to practical advice for living a life of virtue in service to others. In this accessible gathering, anyone seeking a richer spiritual life will find words that inspire, challenge, enlighten, and transform.FROM THE BOOKA little holiness and great health of body does more in the care of souls than great holiness and little health.Never put off till tomorrow what you can do today."The sharper you are at noticing other people's failings, the more apt you will be to overlook your own."Go and set the whole world on fire. This wonderful habit of devotional calendars can only change us for the better and often offer soothing advice for each day of the year.
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Studio: Fordham University Press
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 6.82" Width: 5.4" Height: 0.62" Weight: 0.46 lbs.
Release Date Sep 15, 2006
Publisher Fordham University Press
ISBN 0823226565 ISBN13 9780823226566
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More About St Ignatius Loyola, Alan G. McDougall & Patrick J. Ryan
Born in 1491, St. Ignatius Loyola abandoned the Spanish court for a life in service to Christ. Priest, teacher, and writer, in 1540 he founded the Society of Jesus, along with St. Francis Xavier, the Blessed Peter Faber, and others, establishing Jesuit schools, churches, and communities. He died in 1556 and was canonized in 1622. Alan McDougall S.J., is Vice President for University Mission and Ministry at Fordham University.
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"History is the elongated shadow of great men," Oct 20, 2006
wrote Thomas Carlyle.
Ignatius Loyola not only was a great man, but a saint. His influence today is greater than during his life. The network of high schools and universities in the United States (and the rest of the world) speaks to his wisdom and greatness.
The Spanish are justly famous for their aphorisms and there a plenty good ones in this book. Including some I didn't know were first articulated by Igantius.
The engravings in the book are just great! A very nice touch indeed.