Michael Holman describes his visit to a chapel just outside Rome that Ignatius himself visited in 1537. The founder of the Society of Jesus had an experience there that informed his whole mission.
In an article for the Ignatian jubilee year in 1991, Philip Endean SJ compared Ignatius with another 16th century figure in whose tradition millions of Christians continue to practise their faith.
‘What Ignatius gives us is not a theory, but a theology that is lived and experienced.’ James Hanvey exposes the theological vision manifested in the Spiritual Exercises and in Ignatius’s life.
Brian Purfield compares the spiritual experiences of the founder of the Society of Jesus with those of Francis of Assisi. What similarities are there to be found between the Spiritual Exercises and Bonaventure’s recollection of the life of St Francis?
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