St. Ignatius of Loyola


St Ignatius of Loyola (1491-1556, feast day is July 31) is the founder of the Society of Jesus, an order of Catholic priests and brothers that have created the largest global network of colleges, schools and universities revered for academic excellence.

St. Ignatius of Loyola Biography

St. Ignatius Loyola: Founder of the Jesuits


The Society of Jesus

An Illustrated Timeline of the Life of St. Ignatius Loyola

Jesuit History: A Timeline of Milestones of the Society of Jesus

Suppression and Restoration of the Society of Jesus

Ignatian Spirituality and Spiritual Exercises

The Spiritual Exercises

Ignatian Pedagogy and Jesuit Education

St. Francis Xavier Resources


Videos

Jesuit Education Videos

Jesuit Ethics Videos

Jesuit Heritage & Values

Iggy's Cannonball Moment

Cannonball Moments

What Has Been Your Cannonball Moment?



Ignatian Artwork

ADSUM Works by Holly Schapker


Prayers


On Xavier University's campus

About the St. Ignatius of Loyola statue


Featured Resources

St. Ignatius Loyola


Ever wonder how to describe
Ignatian and Jesuit Spirituality?
This brochure written by Br. Darrell Burns, S.J. does just that. Providing a contemporary description of the tradition, it is an ideal resource for new students, faculty, and staff.

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Understanding Ignatian and Jesuit Spirituality 


Ever wonder how to describe Ignatian and Jesuit Spirituality? This brochure written by Br. Darrell Burns, S.J., does just that. Providing a contemporary description of the tradition, it is an ideal resource for new students, faculty and staff. 

 

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Do You Speak Ignatian?


A mini-dictionary that defines many of the terms used in conversations in Ignatian and Jesuit circles. More than 70,000 copies of this publication have been distributed around the world.

 

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