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Christ of the Ignatian exercises
Juan Luis Segundo
|Statement||Juan Luis Segundo ; edited and translated from the Spanish by John Drury.|
|Series||Jesus of Nazareth yesterday and today ;, v. 4|
|LC Classifications||BT198 .S39213 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 147 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||147|
|LC Control Number||87014186|
Instruction in the compilation of meditations, prayers, and contemplative practices developed by St. Ignatius Loyola to help people deepen their relationship with God through Jesus Christ. Ignatian Exercises Coordinator. Maurie Ockerman TIM MULDOON is a theologian, professor, and author of many books including The Ignatian Workout and, with Sue Muldoon, The Discerning Parent: An Ignatian Guide to Raising Your Teen. He has taught Ignatian spirituality for many years at the undergraduate and graduate levels at Boston College, Washington Theological Union, and LaSalle : Loyola Press.
“Ignatian spirituality is uniquely suited to help busy people grow closer to Christ ” “In this book, I’ll describe a different topic in each of the ten exercises. I’ll often use images related to the human heart because I find that this helps us to connect our emotions with our physical bodies and our spiritual lives. The Ignatian Workout promotes the importance of achieving spiritual fitness and presents a dynamic program of "workouts" based on the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius. Designed for reading, reflection, and prayer, the book includes a brief history of St. Ignatius and an overview of the Spiritual Exercises.
Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for The Christ of the Ignatian Exercises: Jesus of Nazareth Yesterday and Today Vol. IV by Juan L. Segundo (, Paperback) at the best online prices at eBay! Free shipping for many products! A colloquy is an intimate conversation between you and God the Father, between you and Jesus, or between you and Mary or one of the saints. It often occurs at the end of a prayer period, but it can take place at any time. Let this conversation naturally develop in your prayer. In the colloquy, we.
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Offering an accessible translation of the classic Ignatian text The Spiritual Exercises, this reference provides step-by-step commentary that explains its meaning and relevance to the modern spiritual important resource for those seeking to grow spiritually, whether Christian or not, every page provides compassionate advice for each stage of the journey and reflects the understanding 5/5(4).
Embark on the Spiritual Journey of a Lifetime Cultivate a Deeper Intimacy with Christ. In his book, The Ignatian Adventure: Experiencing the Spiritual Exercises of Saint Ignatius in Daily Life, Kevin O'Brien says, "The purpose of the Exercises is very practical: to grow in union with God, who frees us to make good decisions about our lives and to 'help souls.'.
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Ignatius of Loyola to help people deepen their relationship with God through Jesus Christ. They grew out of St. Ignatius of Loyola's personal experience as he was seeking to grow in union with God and to discern God's will. The Ignatian Adventure: Experiencing the Spiritual Exercises of St.
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Ignatius in Daily Life/5(). The Spiritual Exercises of St Ignatius is not a book to be read for spiritual enlightenment. It describes a series of meditations and contemplations on Christ, the world and is a set of guidelines to help the retreat director give the Spiritual Exercises to another.
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The Ignatian vision is contained in the Spiritual Exercises, the book that Ignatius Loyola assembled to help people come into a more intimate relationship with God. Ignatian spirituality flows from the Spiritual Exercises.
Ignatius invites us into an intimate encounter with God, revealed in Jesus Christ, so that we can learn to think and act more like Christ. The Exercises help us grow in interior freedom from sin and disordered loves so that we can respond more generously to God’s call in our life (SE 2, 21).
1 The Exercises demand much of us, engaging our intellect and emotions, our memory and will. It’s a well known fact that we need exercise to maintain our physical health.
Ignatius of Loyola, the founder of the Society of Jesus (the Jesuits) recognized the need for exercise in order to maintain our spiritual health as fact, around the yearsSt. Ignatius composed a retreat handbook titled Spiritual Exercises. Ignatius was a Spanish soldier wounded in battle in Phone: () Written by the founder of the Society of Jesus, the Spiritual Exercises of St.
Ignatius is a powerful book. Derived mostly from St. Ignatius' conversion experiences inSpiritual Exercises has provided guidance and encouragement to its readers for several hundred years.
The aim of Spiritual Exercises is to assist people in finding God's will for their life, and to give them the. For the record, the following titles are my ready resources for teaching and leading others in the Ignatian Exercises: The Spiritual Exercises of St.
Ignatius of Loyola (there are various English translations and I don't know that any one of them is necessarily better than the other), Inner Compass by Margaret Silf, The Jesuit Guide to (Almost /5().
All the characteristic themes of Ignatian spirituality are grounded in the Exercises. These include a sense of collaboration with God’s action in the world, spiritual discernment in decision making, generosity of response to God’s invitation, fraternity and companionship in. A Faith That Does Justice engages The Spiritual Exercises of St.
Ignatius of Loyola [i] (Exercises) to discern God’s will and live faith in action on behalf of all God’s people. When appropriately adapted they offer a way for all people of good will to do the same.
The Kingdom of Christ is a two-part exercise that serves as a bridge from the First to the Second Week of the Exercises. The book is composed of documents or spiritual exercises, reduced to the order most fitted to move the minds of the faithful to piety, as was remarked in the Brief of approval.
We find in this work documents (instructions, admonitions, warnings), exercises (prayers, meditations examination of conscience, and other practices), and the method. This understanding can help the reader gain fresh insight into God’s activity while completing the Exercises; it can also unify the activities of an Ignatian retreat.
Author David L. Fleming, S.J., divides the book into three parts, the first of which considers the major elements and themes that make up the movement of the Exercises. The Spiritual Exercises of Ignatius of Loyola (Latin original: Exercitia spiritualia), composed –, are a set of Christian meditations, contemplations, and prayers written by Ignatius of Loyola, a 16th-century Spanish priest, theologian, and founder of the Society of Jesus (Jesuits).
Ignatius of Loyola () was the founder of the Jesuits, and was canonized by Pope Gregory XV in He published the Spiritual Exercises in The Exercises were intended for use during a retreat; and are a central part of the first year training of Jesuit novitiates.
Ignatius created the Spiritual Exercises from his own experience noting what was most beneficial to grow in devotion to Christ and Christ’s mission.
He refined them over time and the actual book of the Spiritual Exercises is a guide for those who give the Exercises to others. For this reason it is best to be accompanied on this journey.
In Companions of Christ popular British writer Margaret Silf unearths the gold mine of spiritual wisdom to be found in the legacy of Ignatius Loyola, founder of the Jesuits.
Ignatian spirituality sets out an engagingly down-to-earth vision of connecting with God in everyday life.5/5(5).The Ignatian Workout for Lent: An Online Retreat Tim Muldoon writes that, “Life in Christ demands the same kind of vigilance, preparation, and training that a person undertakes as an athlete.” This Lent, become a spiritual athlete and join Tim for The Ignatian Workout for Lent.This Book Reviews is brought to you for free and open access by Scholars Commons @ Laurier.
It has been accepted for inclusion in Consensus by an @ Laurier. For more information, please [email protected] Recommended Citation Bosch, Paul () "The Christ of the Ignatian Exercises,"Consensus: Vol. Iss. 1, Article 17 Author: Paul Bosch.