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To the greater glory of God

Daniel Wolpert presents the spiritual examen of St Ignatius Loyola

THE year was 1521. A "dapper young Spanish courtier" named Íñigo de Loyola had been wounded in battle, and, as he "lay in bed, his thoughts alternated between the prospect of worldly glory and the following of Christ" (Spiritual Exercises). What should he do?

We have all experienced such times of uncertainty and doubt. Which way should the path of our lives lead? How is God calling us? When St Ignatius of Loyola faced his moment of indecision, in a gift of sheer grace he ...

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