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Welcome to the seventh-annual 31 Days with St. Ignatius, a month-long celebration of Ignatian spirituality. In honor of the feast of St. Ignatius Loyola on July 31, we offer a selection of articles, blog posts, and videos to help you explore the riches of Ignatian spirituality.

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Day 1

God Calls, We Respond

Day 2

Reimagining the Ignatian Examen Flip Book: Praise, Reverence, Service

Day 3

Why Bother Praying the Examen?

Day 4

Kevin O’Brien, SJ, on the Two Standards

Day 5

The Truth and Comfort in Ignatian Spirituality

Day 6

Prayer Is the Sharing of Presence

Day 7

Wading into the Ocean

Day 8

Five Things the Spiritual Exercises Taught Me about Jesus

Day 9

Repetition in Prayer

Day 10

God as Mystery, God as Neighbor

Day 11

Take Courage

Day 12

How Spanish Class Taught Me About Finding God in All Things

Day 13

Hearing Places

Day 14

The Rich Young Man and the Look of Love

Day 15

Three Ingredients in a Recipe for Gratitude

Day 16

Ignatian Quietude

Day 17

When the Winds of Change Blow

Day 18

The Truth of My Life

Day 19

Our Human Need for Happiness and Fulfillment (A Letter)

Day 20

Composition of Place on My Patio

Day 21

Stay in Love

Day 22

Care of the Person, Care of the Self

Day 23

The Foundation of Heroism: Magis

Day 24

A Place to Pray

Day 25

Why Ask Why?

Day 26

In God Alone My Soul Rests

Day 27

In God’s Waiting Room

Day 28

God Winks

Day 29

Peaceful Steps

Day 30

The Spiritual Exercises and the Importance of Looking Back

Day 31

What I Like about Ignatius Loyola

Invitation to St Ignatius Day Mass