Ignatian Way Key Aspects of Jesuit Spirituality

ISBN-10: 0809146169
ISBN-13: 9780809146161
Edition: 2009
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Description: An introduction to Ignatian spirituality that covers all the main aspects¿from Saint Ignatius of Loyola¿s conversion story to the great missionary activity of St. Francis Xavier, to the famous ¿Ignatian Retreat¿ to spirituality today.

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Book details

List price: $16.95
Copyright year: 2009
Publisher: Paulist Press
Publication date: 11/1/2009
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 176
Size: 5.25" wide x 8.00" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 0.484
Language: English

An introduction to Ignatian spirituality that covers all the main aspects¿from Saint Ignatius of Loyola¿s conversion story to the great missionary activity of St. Francis Xavier, to the famous ¿Ignatian Retreat¿ to spirituality today.

Preface
Ignatius's Journey
The Soldier
The Pilgrim
The Student
The Founder and General
Ignatius's Later Years (1541-56)
The Religious Leader
The Writer
The Saint and Mystic
Conclusion
The Spiritual Exercises
Introductory Materia
The First Week
The Second Week
The Third and Fourth Weeks
Conclusion
Ignatian Prayer
Preparation For Prayer
Meditation
Contemplation
Application of the Senses
Three Additional Methods
The General Examen
Conclusion
Ignatian Discernment
Discernment in Ignatius's Life
Discernment in the Spiritual Exercises
Discernment in Daily Life
Conclusion
The Constitutions
The Process of Composition
Structure of the Constitutions
Key Aspects of the Constitutions
The Formula of the Institute
The General Examen and Its Declarations
The Constitutions and Their Declarations
Revision of the Society Law and the Complementary Norms
Conclusion
Contemporary Issues And Challenges
Renewal of the Spiritual Exercises
The Directed Retreat
Nineteenth Annotation Retreat
Discernment
The Apostolic Mission Today
The Apostolate of Education
Characteristics for Today
Deep Personal Love for Jesus Christ
Contemplative in Action
An Apostolic Body in the Church
In Solidarity with Those Most in Need
Partnership with Others
Called to Learned Ministry
Men Sent, Always Available for New Missions
Ever Searching for the Magis
Conclusion
Portraits of Jesuits
Two Founding Fathers: Blessed Peter Faber (1506-46) and Saint Francis Xavier (1506-52)
Two Theologians and Doctors of the Church: Saint Peter Canisius (1521-97) and Saint Robert Bellarmine (1542-1621)
Three Young Saints: Saint Stanislaus Kostka (1550-68), Saint Aloysius Gonzaga (1568-91), and Saint John Berchmans (1599-1621)
Two Jesuits United in the Lord: Saint Alphonsus Rodr�guez (1533-1617) and Saint Peter Claver (1580-1654)
Three Martyrs: Saint Edmund Campion (1540-81), Saint Isaac Jogues (1607-46), and Blessed Miguel (Michael) Pro (1891-1927)
Saint Claude La Columbi�re (1641-82) and Devotion to the Sacred Heart of Jesus
Three Contemporary Jesuits: Pierre Teilhard de Chardin (1881-1955), Walter Ciszek (1904-84), and Pedro Arrupe (1907-91)
Notes
Selected Bibliography

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