Exercitia spiritualia by Saint Ignatius of Loyola, Aloysio R.P Bellecio; editions ; First published in ; Subjects: Spiritual exercises, Meditations, Spiritual. IGNATIUS OF LOYOLA, Saint (). Exercitia Spiritualia. Rome: Antonio Blado, 11 September 8° ( x mm). A-O8 P4 (lacking terminal blank. Subject. Ignatius, of Loyola, Saint, (2). Exercitia spiritualia (2). Devotional literature. (2). Jesuits (1). Religious aspects (1). more Subscribe to results.

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Exercitia spiritualia S. Ignatii de Loyola : versio litteralis ex autographo hispanico

Find more at www. The organization that would grow up around him formed then, when a few exercitoa bound themselves by vows of poverty, chastity, and obedience. Ignatius identified the various motives that lead a person to choose one course of action over another as “spirits”.

Ignatius Loyola in English – 2nd ed. Retrieved 3 March Its asceticism is not one of resignation and withdrawal, but full of a positive recognition of active life.

Find a Physical Copy via WorldCat. Care not therefore for the many, and them that are outside the mystery despise: Water from the side of Christ, wash me. St Ignatius introduced many innovations when founding the Society of the Jesuit Order; the abandonment of such traditional forms of worship as chanting the divine office, a monarchical rather than collegiate constitution, and much simpler vows. Retrieved 6 March spirituaila Ignace de Loyola in French – 5th ed.


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Nothing therefore of the things which they will say of Me have I suffered: Ignatius observes that God “deals directly” with the well-disposed spirituqlia and the director should not give advice to the retreatant that spirittualia interfere with God’s workings. And [hereafter] shalt thou be a companion of the Deity, and a co-heir with Christ, no longer enslaved by lusts or passions, and wasted by dis ease.

From the wicked enemy defend me: During this time Ignatius experienced a series of visions, and formulated the fundamentals of his Spiritual Exercises.

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Ignatius Of Loyola in English. For from this thou art. Body of Christ, save me. It is this characteristic in particular which made the book such a powerful influence when it became with the Constitutioneson which Ignatius was still at work when he died the handbook of the Society of Jesus, which is devoted to educational, missionary and other active works.

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Although he originally designed them to take place in the setting of a secluded retreatduring which those undergoing the exercises would spiritualiz focused on nothing other than the ExercisesIgnatius also provided a model in his introductory notes for completing the Exercises over a longer period without the need of seclusion. As a work of religious inspiration the impact of the ‘Exercises’ has been almost as great outside the Society of Jesus as within” PMM. He invented spiritual exercises, which lasted for three or four weeks for the purpose of deepening and strengthening the spiritual life of the faithful.


These exercises were the invention of ST. Born Inigo Lopez de Recalde to a noble Basque family in the province of Guipuzcoa in Spain, St Ignatius led a normal youth but received his religious transformation as a young man. Ask yourself, “What do I see? Ignatius of Loyola in Multiple languages.

Retrieved 5 Siritualia This last is often seen as the goal of Ignatian spirituality, to find God in all things. You can now embed Open Library books on your website! We are a part of this totality, we flow spiriyualia a certain sense in the blood of Christ, we have our part in his body, which penetrates us, we breathe with his breath, and are therefore so to speak Christ himself, in spite of being parts.

Then comes the meditation on Hell which is meditated upon in all imaginable detail, and must be experienced with all the senses: