Ignatius Loyola


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Ignatius Loyola

Saint. 1491--1556, Spanish ecclesiastic. He founded the Society of Jesus (1534) and was its first general (1541--56). His Spiritual Exercises (1548) remains the basic manual for the training of Jesuits. Feast day: July 31
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Ignatius Loyola on Manhattan's Upper East Side before a private funeral for fashion designer Oscar De la Renta, Monday, Nov.
Ignatius Loyola, the founder of the Society of Jesus (Jesuits), in order to show how programs inspired by his vision at Jesuit universities can recast reflection as a more relational practice.
Roger Haight, Christian Spirituality for Seekers: Reflections on the Spiritual Exercises of Ignatius Loyola.
Her funeral was held at Saint Ignatius Loyola Church in Manhattan where she was baptised and confirmed.
ON THIS DAY 1552: Death of Spanish missionary Francis Xavier, who helped Ignatius Loyola found the Jesuits.
FEAST OF SEVEN FISHES (ITALIAN) 1491: Ignatius Loyola, who founded the Jesuits, was born in Loyola in northern Spain.
Ignatius Loyola Cathedral in Palm Beach, Florida when O'Malley was installed as bishop there.
Maryks (history, Bronx Community College, CUNY) rectifies this with an absorbing study of the acceptance of conversos into the order by Ignatius Loyola and the influence these individuals had on the development of Jesuit education and philosophy.
Ignatius Loyola (1491-1556) and Ignatian spirituality, the growth of the order in Europe to the 1770s, the Jesuits' overseas missions, the Jesuits' contribution to scholarship and the arts, and the Jesuits since the eighteenth-century suppression could each have been the subject of a separate volume.
Noting how, in many of the original collections from which they have selected the poems included here, a meditational structure was already apparent, they also divide the anthology into three meditational sections, 'L'homme dechu', 'Dieu sur terre', and 'L'ame ravie', reflecting the stages of the spiritual progression as laid down by Ignatius Loyola in the Spiritual Exercises.
Walter Melion's study of "the Image of the Suffering Christ" returns to the fundamentals of "composition of place," an exercise Nadal borrowed from Saint Ignatius Loyola.
Ignatius Loyola in the 16th century as the "Pope's cavalry," is the largest clerical order in the Catholic Church, with almost 20,000 priests.