St. Ignatius of Loyola founded a school of spirituality that is continued today by his community, the Jesuits, along with many others. Ignatian spirituality focuses on creating a deep bond with Jesus, as well as working to promote God’s plan and action in the world. Most important, Ignatian spirituality concentrates on “finding God in all things,” which integrates prayer and service, meditation and action, emotion and reason.
Let our free poster and booklet introduce you and those you serve to the characteristics and insights of Ignatian spirituality, including the Examen, discernment and good decisions, inner freedom, and finding God in all things.
Perfect for older students, adult faith formation opportunities, or your own continued learning, Ignatian Spirituality: An Introduction provides a fun, concise, visual way to learn about this practical spirituality for everyday life. Use in honor of the feast day of St. Ignatius on July 31 or anytime you want to explore the saint’s legacy.
Ignatian spirituality is the cornerstone of Finding God: Our Response to God’s Gifts faith formation program for grades K–8. By engaging the whole person—mind, heart, body, and soul—Finding God enables catechists, teachers, and parents to develop devoted disciples of Jesus in the Ignatian tradition.