Sunday, October 30, 2011


“If you go out to the statue and you spend one minute… reflecting on St. Ignatius by  reflecting on the statue, then you’re reflecting on him reflecting which  allows you to be part of a puzzle inside the puzzle,” 
Link (here) to read about Ignatian Week at Fairfield University
Read St. Ignatius' Daily Examen (here)
A reflection on the Examen by Fr. John Hardon, S.J. (here)
A reflection on the particular and daily Examen by 18th century ascetic writer Fr. Aloysius Bellecius, S.J. (here)


Sawyer said...

That sculpture is stupid and ugly... and disturbingly effeminate.

Maria said...

All that is missing is a garland of flowers, Sawyer. Kyrie Eleison.

Anonymous said...

To see a better example of Ignatius reflecting please search "Three Companions" sculpture at Gonzaga Prep High School.