Welcome to Imagine: A Guide to Jesuit Prayer from America Media, a Jesuit Ministry. In this podcast, Tucker Redding, SJ, will guide you through a form of prayer called Ignatian Contemplation, in which you use your imagination to see and interact with various scenes from Scripture. Think of it as an audio retreat that you can participate in whoever you are, wherever you like.
May 20, 2021, the starting date for the year, is the 500th anniversary of St. Ignatius Loyola’s injury during the Battle of Pamplona, which ultimately led to his conversion from soldier to saint. We here at IgnatianSpirituality.com will be celebrating the year through its conclusion on the Feast of St. Ignatius, July 31, 2022.
A Virtual Pilgrimage with a Community of Prayer - Follow the footsteps of Ignatius from his years as a young page in Arevalo, Spain to his final days as Superior General of the Society of Jesus in Rome, Italy. Read from Ignatius’ own writings, insights from selected Jesuit sources, and invitations to programs on Ignatian spirituality all while joining a community of prayer.
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Fr. Sosa offers suggestions for reflection and prayer, either alone or in a community. In his words, the reader is invited "to grow, starting in the exact place you find yourself, guided by the Lord, and advancing step-by-step...and [to] become a pilgrim yourself so that you may walk the path of Christian adventure in our changing world.
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