Ignatian spirituality: seeing God in everything

July 1955
America;7/30/1955, Vol. 93 Issue 18, p427
The article features Saint Ignatius of Loyola. July 31, 1955 marks the beginning of the 400th year in commemoration of the saint who has deeply affected the course of modern Church and the secular history. Ignatius was born in the town of Azpeitia, Spain the year before the U.S. was discovered and grew up in Spanish Guipúzcoa. The Catholic Church considers Ignatius the official patron of spiritual retreats. The "Spiritual Exercises" which contain the spiritual adventure of Ignatius was also mentioned.


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