Pope Francis and the search for authenticity

Campbell, James
September 2013
Pastoral Review;Sep/Oct2013, Vol. 9 Issue 5, p45
The article offers information on the concern of Pope Francis on the Two Standards of the Spiritual Exercises proposed by Saint Ignatius of Loyola. It states that the Ignatian Spiritual Exercises helps people to extend and deepen their spiritual understanding of life. It also mentions the authenticity on the Jesuit mission and the interior aspect of the sacraments of the Church.


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