It is a matter of conversing with a very good friend. The Foundation of Heroism: Magis This is a digitally enhanced experience of The Spiritual Exercises of Ignatius Loyola intended for spiritual directors, practitioners, extenders, and promoters of Ignatian spirituality. By James Profit, SJ Reverence is foundational for putting on the heart of Christ and enables us to find God in all things. By Margaret Silf Kevin OâBrien, SJ, explains the final contemplation of the Spiritual Exercises in this video. 17 minutes; for those with an advanced understanding of the Exercises. Reexamining Our Faith Fundamentals (PDF) Co-Laboring with the Living Lord: Ignatian Companions on Mission Resource Book (PDF) It is, however, a decent attempt at rendering Ignatiusâ words to make them more accessible to a modern audience. Images of God By Hans van Leeuwen, SJ Use as much or as little of the material as helps you in your Ignatian adventure. A lay retreat director and spiritual director suggests that the Meditation on the Two Standards can be helpful as a way to periodically check to see how we are living our lives. Orientations for Spiritual Growth Canadian Jesuit Web site founded by John Veltri, SJ, and now maintained by Jean-Marc Laporte, SJ. Resources for Those in the Ministry of the Exercises. For experts. By Joseph A. Tetlow, SJ How the Two Standards Meditation Can Help Outside of a Retreat To order a print copy click here or on the book image in the sidebar. By John Reilly, SJ By Joseph A. Tetlow, SJ Contemplation on the Incarnation Part Two: Maryâs Human Response This workbook is designed to support your experience of Ignatius Loyola's Spiritual Exercises. About the Spiritual Exercises By Dianne Nettifee By Hans van Leeuwen A basic explanation of the concluding meditation of the Spiritual Exercises. By Mark Rotsaert, SJ By Trileigh Tucker This resource is designed to support those who lead others in the Exercises, whether as a 30-day retreat, a 19th annotation retreat, or some other variation. Listen to the Online Retreat on CD or on your mp3 player. The Language of the Cross Two Standards: A Prayerful Meditation (PDF) 28 minutes; for those with an advanced understanding of the Exercises. All rights reserved. Theâ¦ Read how to get a printed version of this retreat. Co-Laboring with the Living Lord: Ignatian Companions on Mission Guide Book (PDF) It is not like other classics in Western spirituality that are typically read from beginning to end. Howard Gray, SJ, William Barry, SJ, Walter Farrell, SJ, John OâMalley, SJ, John Padberg, SJ, Joseph Tetlow, SJ, and Dominic Maruca, SJ, narrate the developments in research into the early years of the Jesuits, the rediscovery of the giving of the Spiritual Exercises as a one-on-one experience, and the impact of the Second Vatican Council and the 31st General Congregation on the way the Spiritual Exercises are practiced today. Ignatian Prayer and the Imagination 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. Share this retreat with other by email, on Facebook or on Twitter: Welcome to an â¦ Waldron shares her experience of being introduced to the Spiritual Exercises and the impact this has had on her life. Written by the founder of the Society of Jesus, the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius is a powerful book. Welcome. By Kevin OâBrien, SJ Link leads the reader in the meditation on the Two Standards for a deeper understanding of the contrasting approaches used by Satan and Jesus to gain entry into the human heart. Well-rounded coverage of personal prayer, understanding the spiritual journey, understanding the Spiritual Exercises, and the ministry of companioning others on their spiritual journey. Resources for Using the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius Loyola in the Classroom TYPES OF SPIRITUAL EXERCISES âPrayer has a form, a sound and a physical reality. The eight-week schedule makes it perfectly timed as a Lent and Easter retreat, but the adventure can be started at any time, on your schedule. Tetlow explains the third way of living humility according to Ignatian spirituality and the Spiritual Exercises. The full Spiritual Exercises may be done in the form of a thirty-day silent retreat at a retreat house or equivalent location. A remarkable Chicago-based Jesuit ministry which offers retreats to those who are homeless and seeking recovery, to help them find meaning and purpose as they reclaim their lives. The Spiritual Exercises of Ignatius of Loyola (Latin original: Exercitia spiritualia) (composed 1522â1524) are a set of Christian meditations, prayers and mental exercises, written by Saint Ignatius of Loyola, a 16th-century Spanish priest, theologian, and founder of the Society of Jesus (Jesuits). For 500 years the Ignatian Spiritual Exercises have spiritually nourished people across the globe. In this short article from Partners magazine, McGrath names several fundamental faith assumptions behind the Spiritual Exercises. The exercises, designed to help us achieve and maintain that balance, were originally designed to take place over a 30-day silent retreat, with each of the 4 weeks (stages) focusing on a specific goal.