“Last Thursday, a break in Barcelona, walked pass the house where Ignatius lodged while he was in Barcelona by [my] wrong turn. I meant to go to Santa Maria Church; a cake shop owner locked her shop and directed me to the church; she only spoke Spanish. I saw the image of God in her.” […]
“Montserrat, meaning ‘serrated mountain,’ view from the Jesuit Spirituality Center in Manresa, 25 miles from the mountain. The Black Virgin of Montserrat has been venerated since the Middle Ages by countless pilgrims, including Ignatius of Loyola, who was on his way to the Holy Land when he stopped at Montserrat. [There he] kept vigil all […]
“My retreat director let me borrow his St. Ignatius statue. The crucifix that had been used was hung in my room, so I decided to take the object that way. I found it very nice because the statue is naturally formed that way, as if he is really begging something from Jesus. [Photo taken] while […]
“9/17/13: Rome: I felt God. I felt Ignatius, in this chapel, in this room where St. Ignatius died July 31, 1556.” Submitted by Sharon Carelli. You might also like this video tour of the rooms of St. Ignatius in Rome.
“Here is a Christmas picture taken in the cave chapel at Manresa in Spain. Ignatius is able to contemplate his way into our Lord’s nativity.” Submitted by Diane Slagsvold. Merry Christmas from all of us at Loyola Press.
“Bronze bust of St. Ignatius at Colegio de La Inmaculada, Monterrico, Lima, Peru.” Submitted by Armando R. Venegas Atencio.
“He’s such an amazing guy who gave us a wonderful method on how to find God! Statue of St. Ignatius Loyola at the Ateneo de Manila University, the premiere Jesuit school in the Philippines.” Submitted by Arnan C. Panaligan. Today is the feast of St. Ignatius. Visit our Facebook page to Find Your Inner Iggy.
Hearth at Loyola Castle in Spain. Submitted by Maria Mondragon. Join us starting July 1 for 31 Days with St. Ignatius, a month-long celebration of Ignatian spirituality.
“The Examen sculpture at Fairfield University.” Submitted by Bren Ortega Murphy.
“I love the name of this vessel! Photo taken at Batangas City International Port, Philippines.” Submitted by Arnan C. Panaligan. Learn about St. Ignatius.