Pathways to a Decision

with Ignatius of Loyola

Jim Maher SJ, Jim Maher SJ

This book presents some of Ignatius' key insights which inspire Jesuits and others all over the world. For those associated with the Jesuits or those who want to find out more about their spirituality, this basic introduction will be helpful.
Date Published :
September 2020
Publisher :
Messenger Publications
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Binding : Paperback
ISBN : 9781788122702
Pages : 104
Dimensions : 8.25 X 5.5 inches
Stock Status : In stock
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Overview
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Since Fr Jorge Bergoglio S.J. became Pope, many people have wondered what Jesuits are. Are they Catholics? How are they different to other religious orders?

Ignatius of Loyola, the co-founder of the Jesuits, developed a spirituality which has helped countless numbers of people since the sixteenth century. This book presents some of Ignatius’ key insights which inspire Jesuits and others all over the world. For those associated with the Jesuits or those who want to find out more about their spirituality, this basic introduction will be helpful. Ignatius emphasizes how God is always close to us. God speaks individually to us through our feelings, desires, thoughts and actions in unexpected place and at unexpected times.

Ignatius gives us the tools to identify God’s presence and to make good decisions that help welcome God into our lives through the ordinary daily routine.

About The Author
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Jim Maher SJ was born in Limerick and on leaving school joined the Jesuits. He has spent most of his Jesuit life ministering at Crescent College Comprehensive SJ. He managed the 5th Year Social Outreach Programme and led 6th Year pilgrimage retreats. He continues to provide pastoral support at Crescent College Comprehensive.

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