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📒The Ignatian Adventure ✍ Kevin O'Brien
📝The Ignatian Adventure Book Synopsis : Third Place, Prayers & Spirituality category ACP Excellence in Publishing Awards, 2012 There is no better guide than St. Ignatius Loyola if one desires to discover how faith and everyday life can thrive together. In The Ignatian Adventure, Kevin O’Brien, SJ, follows St. Ignatius’s lead and offers today’s time-strapped individual a unique way of “making” the Spiritual Exercises in daily life.The first part of O’Brien’s book provides helpful background information, including a brief history of St. Ignatius, an explanation of the Spiritual Exercises and their purpose, and a description of different ways to make the Exercises. The book’s core offers 32 weeks of prayer and meditations to draw participants into a deeper encounter with God.But what truly sets this book apart from other 19th annotations is how O’Brien has woven throughout the chapters his own personal accounts of living out the Exercises in everyday life. Through his deeply moving stories, readers discover how the Exercises intersect with the real world.The Ignatian Adventure is an ideal resource for spiritual directors, but its user-friendly, down-to-earth style also makes it perfect for any individual seeking a deeper life of prayer.
📒An Ignatian Book Of Days ✍ Jim Manney
📝An Ignatian Book of Days Book Synopsis : Ignatian spirituality is a way to pray, an approach to making decisions, a point of view about God, and a practical guide to everyday life. An Ignatian Book of Days is the only 365-daily reading book written explicitly from the point of view of Ignatian spirituality; it is an invitation to help attune ourselves to the Ignatian conviction that we can find God in all things, that our personal experience can provide authentic knowledge of God, and that we can clearly see, feel, and experience God’s presence through an Ignatian lens in our daily lives. Accessible, inviting, richly rewarding, and filled with insights and reflections from favorite Ignatian leaders, including James Martin, SJ, Pedro Arrupe, SJ, Margaret Silf, and of course, St. Ignatius, An Ignatian Book of Days sees God as actively involved in the world and intimately involved with us in every moment and place.
📒A World On Fire ✍ Erin M. Cline
📝A World On Fire Book Synopsis : The Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius of Loyola give shape to the spiritual lives of Jesuits and many other Christians. But might these different ways of praying, meditating, and reading scripture be helpful to members of other faiths as well? In response to the call of Fr. Adolfo Nicolas, SJ, the thirtieth Superior General of the Jesuits (2008-2016) to explore how the Ignatian Spiritual Exercises can be fruitfully appropriated by non-Christians, A World on Fire analyzes the prospects for adapting the Spiritual Exercises in order to make them accessible to members of other faith traditions while still maintaining their core meaning and integrity. Erin Cline examines why this ought to be done, for whom, and what the aims of such an adaptation would be, including the different theological justifications for this practice. She concludes that there are compelling reasons for sharing the Exercises with members of other religions and that doing so coheres with the central mission of the Jesuits. A World on Fire goes on to examine the question of how the Exercises can be faithfully adapted for members of other religions. In outlining adaptations for the Hindu, Buddhist, and Confucian traditions that draw upon the traditional content of the Exercises supplemented by the texts of these religious traditions, Cline shows how Ignatian spirituality can help point the way to a different kind of inter-religious dialogue – one that is not bound up in technical terminology or confined to conversations between theologians and religious leaders. Rather, in making the Spriitual Exercises accessible to members of other faith traditions, we are as Pope Francis puts it, “living on a frontier, one in which the Gospel meets the needs of the people to whom it should be proclaimed in an understandable and meaningful way.” A World on Fire will be of interest to comparative theologians and scholars working on inter-religious dialogue, religious pluralism, contemplative studies, and spirituality, as well as Jesuit priests and other practitioners who employ the Spiritual Exercises in their ministry.
📒Charged With Grandeur ✍ Jim Manney
📝Charged with Grandeur Book Synopsis : Sparks for Inspiration from the Ignatian Flame Gerard Manley Hopkins, SJ, famously wrote that “the world is charged with the grandeur of God.” This quote points toward a key principle of the Ignatian tradition: that God is found in all things, in all places. Yet this is just one of an abundance of inspirational ideas that stem from Ignatian spirituality. To really understand what this unique yet highly practical spirituality is all about, it helps to look at it through many different lenses and to hear about it from many different voices. Charged with Grandeur contains more than 100 insightful and inspiring Ignatian thoughts from dozens of writers, including James Martin, SJ; Margaret Silf; and Monika Hellwig. The entries are conveniently grouped under 11 different Ignatian themes. Rather than throw readers into the deep end, Charged with Grandeur allows readers simply to dip their toes into the 500-year-old Ignatian tradition and to be inspired by the many riches it offers.
📝Director s Guide to Place Me with Your Son Ignatian Spirituality in Everyday Life Third Edition Book Synopsis : From advance planning to advice on bridging the return from the twenty-four week retreat to everyday life, this Director's Guide provides assistance to those organizing Ignatian retreats based on James W. Skehan's Place Me with Your Son and those wishing to deepen the previous retreat experience. This volume explains the foundations of each phase of the retreat and suggests ways to prepare for the transitions between the phases. Skehan reviews the basic concepts; anticipates problems and opportunities that may arise in each week; offers possible responses to exercitants' questions; and interprets Scriptural passages for modern readers. The Guide also includes a list of recommended supplemental readings and guidelines for integrating the retreat into the liturgical year.
📒The Christ Of The Ignatian Exercises ✍ Juan Luis Segundo
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📒Ignatius Of Loyola ✍ José Ignacio Tellechea Idígoras
📝Ignatius of Loyola Book Synopsis : This is the first English translation of the European bestseller already in six different languages. Idigoras lets the saint tell his own story through autobiographical and spiritual writing and correspondence.
📒The Human Adventure ✍ William McNamara
📝The Human Adventure Book Synopsis : For readers in need of some spiritual refueling, here is a readable and inspiring retintroduction to contemplation. ". . . Probably the finest thing that has appeared on the subject since the early Thomas Merton".--The Catholic Review.
📒Religious Life As Adventure ✍ Albert DiIanni
📝Religious Life as Adventure Book Synopsis : A look at religious life as it approaches the 21st century.
📒The Ignatian Personality Of Gerard Manley Hopkins ✍ David Anthony Downes
📝The Ignatian Personality of Gerard Manley Hopkins Book Synopsis : Provides a careful and comprehensive reading of Hopkins' poetry, early and late, from the vantage point of the methods, discipline and theological insights of the Ignatian spirit of The Spiritual Exercises. Using Hopkins' own projected commentary and other spiritual notes, the author offers a reading of Hopkins' poetry highlighting the themes of Ignatian spirituality and analyzing parallel structures between the Ignatian meditation and Hopkins' sonnets. Contents: Elected Silence: Gerard Manley Hopkins, 1844-1889; Ignatius and Hopkins; Ignatius and the Wreck; The Ignatian Spirit of the Priest-Poet; The Desolate Self of the Terrible Sonnets; Hopkins and the Meditative Tradition; Postscript; Postscript II: The Psychology of Ignatian Election: "The Selfless Self of Self."