Ignatian Spirituality:

The World is Charged with the Grandeur of God


Narrated by Ms. Jessica Zeller, '00, Trustee from 2005-2011. (Read the Introduction.)



Ignatian Spirituality and the Spiritual Exercises
Debra Mooney, Ph.D.

God's Grandeur
Poem by Gerard Manley Hopkins, S.J., optional



Ignatian spirituality is best understood through experience. Thus, you are invited to take time out from each of your very busy days, for seven days in a row, to engage in a few minutes of Ignatian prayer and reflection. Choose one of the following three options:

The Examen: A Daily Prayer
Worldly Reflection: Creating Privileged Moments
Scriptural Reflection: Finding God in All Things

Reflection Questions:

  • What insights did I gain about myself personally and/or professionally through the process of Ignatian reflection?
  • How might the practice of Ignatian spirituality influence my work (for instance, with regards to the tasks of collaboration, budget management, offering advice, hiring, supervising, planning, etc.)?