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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As members of communities of memory (Bellah, Madsen, Sullivan, Swidler, & Tipton, 1985), teacher educators at Jesuit institutions in the United States have both Ignatius Loyola and John Dewey as resources to help them to address the deficiencies in the understanding and practice of reflection.
This essay suggests that Ignatius Loyola emerged from a heterodox religious tradition; by inference, his early ambitions and eventual achievements were not inconsistent with the varied religious life of Spain in his time.
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Ignatius Loyola a single phrase or sentence forbidding the fondling or sodomizing of altar boys.
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Francis of Assisi and Ignatius Loyola, humble men who eschewed the wealth of the church and wandered the countryside bringing the Good News in rational, loving tones.
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The event - which will be attended by the Archbishop of Liverpool, the Most Rev Patrick Kelly - is on the feast day of the founder of the Jesuits, St Ignatius Loyola.
FEAST DAYOF ST FRANCISXAVIER 1552: Death of Spanish missionary Francis Xavier, who helped fellow Basque Ignatius Loyola found the Jesuits: both were later made saints.
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