Ignatian Spirituality and Spiritual Exercises
Ignatius Loyola, founder of the Society of Jesus, had a perspective of life, a spirituality that has thrived for hundreds of years. Ignatian Spirituality is: centered around the belief that the divine can be found in all things, action oriented, focused on self-awareness, inner-directed, adapting, and experiential.
Online Adaptations of the Spiritual Exercises
- An Ignatian Prayer Adventure
By Kevin O' Brien, S.J.
- Online Adaptation of the Spiritual Exercises
by Creighton University
- The Spiritual Exercises
- Consolation and Desolation
- Examination of Conscience
- Ignatian Spirituality: The World is Charged with the Grandeur of God
- Ignatian Spirituality and Sexuality
- Keeping Ignatian Heritage Alive
- Mass of the Holy Spirit and the Mission
Dynamics of the Spiritual Exercises
Video Lecture Series by Howard Gray, SJ, Georgetown University
- Lecture 1: Presupposition and Introductory Annotations
- Lecture 2: Principle and Foundation
- Lecture 3: Dynamic, Graces, Direction
- Lecture 4: Kingdom Meditation and Infancy of Christ
- Lecture 5: Defining Discipleship with Christ
- Lecture 6: Public Ministry of Christ
- Lecture 7: Making an Election in the Context of the Exercises
- Lecture 8: Passion and Death of Jesus
- Lecture 9: Resurrection
- Lecture 10: Contemplation to Attain Divine Love
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