Jesuits are known for their distinctive spirituality. St. Ignatius of Loyola, founder of the Jesuits, developed a way of praying that helps people “find God in all things.” Ignatian spirituality is grounded in the conviction that God is active in our world.
Pierre Teilhard de Chardin SJ wrote: God is not remote from us. He is at the point of my pen, my pick, my paintbrush, my needle – and my heart and thoughts.” The spiritual path laid out by Ignatius is a way of discerning God’s presence in our everyday lives.
- Nov. 17 – St. Ignatius of Loyola, with Scott Lewis, SJ
- Nov. 24 – Ignatian Spirituality, with Bernard Carrière, SJ
- Dec.1 – The Spiritual Exercises, with Joseph Schner, SJ
- Dec.8 – Ignatian Values: Hope, Reconciliation and Justice, with Peter Bisson, SJ
The recordings of each of the sessions will be added below as they become available.
Saint Ignatius of Loyola, with Scott Lewis, SJ
Ignatian Spirituality, with Bernard Carrière, SJ
The Spiritual Exercises, with Joseph Schner, SJ
“Ignatian values: justice, hope and reconciliation”, with Peter Bisson, SJ, wasn’t recorded. Please accept our apologies. You can, however, read the text of his talk by clicking here.