St. Ignatius Loyola

Merry Christmas

December 25, 2013

in Religious

“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.

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St. Ignatius Bust

November 19, 2013

in Objects

“Bronze bust of St. Ignatius at Colegio de La Inmaculada, Monterrico, Lima, Peru.” Submitted by Armando R. Venegas Atencio.

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“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.

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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.

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Examen Sculpture

May 13, 2013

in Objects

“The Examen sculpture at Fairfield University.” Submitted by Bren Ortega Murphy.

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St. Ignatius Vessel

February 7, 2013

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“I love the name of this vessel! Photo taken at Batangas City International Port, Philippines.” Submitted by Arnan C. Panaligan. Learn about St. Ignatius.

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“The room of St. Ignatius’s conversion at Loyola. I was blessed to participate in a liturgy there in 2008 while on pilgrimage. One week later I broke my leg while chaperoning a high school service trip and began my own process of healing and conversion that is still taking shape four years later.” Submitted by […]

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Shoes of St. Ignatius

August 24, 2012

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“The shoes of a saint.” Submitted by Vukica Vera Jirak. Learn about St. Ignatius Loyola.

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Visiting Loyola

July 31, 2012

in Places

“Visiting Loyola again after 31 years was like coming home after a long voyage. I can’t explain that feeling, but my whole being relaxed into that place and moment. This is a little hillside chapel St. Ignatius could see from his room as he recovered from his wounds.” Submitted by Paul Brian Campbell, SJ. Join […]

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Loyola Castle

July 5, 2012

in Places

“The front door to Loyola Castle with the family crest—two wolves and a cooking pot. Our guide suggested, perhaps fancifully, that this symbolizes radical hospitality; even ravening wolves are welcome to come and eat!” Submitted by Paul Brian Campbell, SJ. Join Paul at his blog, People for Others, and read more about his Ignatian pilgrimage.

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