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Iñigo of Loyola in Pamplona An end – and a beginning?

Iñigo of Loyola in Pamplona An end – and a beginning?

Iñigo of Loyola in Pamplona. An end – and a beginning?   This article was first published in the Jesuits Yearbook of 2021. You can find the entire Yearbook following this link.   Iñigo was a little under 30. He had devoted his teenage years and twenties to...

Christmas with Ignatius of Loyola

Christmas with Ignatius of Loyola

Christmas with Ignatius of Loyola During this Ignatian Year, let us reflect with Ignatius of Loyola on Christmas. This article was first published in Civiltà Cattolica (link). Ignatius was convalescing in his castle in Loyola. A few months earlier, defending the walls...

Mary, our “Ina”, accompany us

Mary, our “Ina”, accompany us

Mary, our “Ina”, accompany us during the Ignatian Year to your Son The Provincial of the Philippine Province, Fr. Primitivo Viray Jr SJ, shares a reflection during this Ignatian Year on the importance of Mary for St. Ignatius and for himself. First published on the...

The wound of Ignatius in art

The wound of Ignatius in art

The wound of Ignatius in art   Íñigo de Loyola was a proud man who saw great things for his future. He imagined a life filled with adventure, fame and riches - dreams of life at court and all the honors that accompanied them. Those dreams came to an end in 1521...

An invitation to the Ignatian Year

An invitation to the Ignatian Year

This article was first published in the Jesuits Yearbook of 2021. You can find the entire Yearbook following this link.   The “Camino Ignaciano” (Ignatian Way) was designed several years ago in order to recreate the journey made by Íñigo from his house in Loyola...

Vulnerability in the eyes of Ignatius

Vulnerability in the eyes of Ignatius

Tiziano Ferraroni SJ reflects on the importance of vulnerability for Saint Ignatius and in the founding of the Society of Jesus. He sees the acceptance of humanity’s innate vulnerability as a major challenge for contemporary society.   What would we expect to...

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