Exercitia spiritualia by Saint Ignatius of Loyola, Aloysio R.P Bellecio; editions ; First published in ; Subjects: Spiritual exercises, Meditations, Spiritual. IGNATIUS OF LOYOLA, Saint (). Exercitia Spiritualia. Rome: Antonio Blado, 11 September 8° ( x mm). A-O8 P4 (lacking terminal blank. Subject. Ignatius, of Loyola, Saint, (2). Exercitia spiritualia (2). Devotional literature. (2). Jesuits (1). Religious aspects (1). more Subscribe to results.
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Price realised GBPAntonio Blado, 11 September Exceedingly rare first edition: The importance and influence of St Ignatius’s Spiritual Exercises cannot be overstated: Born Inigo Lopez de Recalde to a noble Basque family in the province of Guipuzcoa in Spain, St Ignatius led a normal youth but received his religious transformation as a young man.
Carl Jung: “Today I will briefly recapitulate the exercitia spiritualia.”
Inwhile convalescing from wounds earned while fighting the French at Pamplona, he decided to do penance for his sins. He visited Montserrat inand then Manresa from March to February It was here he first sketched his Exercises.
He made a pilgrimage to Jerusalem inbut was sent back to Europe by the Franciscans. Inhe was in Paris during the period of anti-Protestant turmoil which forced John Calvin to flee France.
The organization that would grow up around him formed then, when a few followers bound themselves by vows of poverty, chastity, and obedience.
Inthey formed the Society of Jesus and moved to Rome.
Exercitia spiritualia S. Ignatii de Loyola
The Pope approved his Spiritual Exercises inthe year of this first edition. Loyola composed the Constitutions of the Society in his last year. Its asceticism is not one of resignation and withdrawal, but full of a positive recognition of active life. It is this characteristic in particular which made the book such a powerful influence when it became with the Constitutioneson which Ignatius was still at work when he died the handbook of the Society of Jesus, which is devoted to educational, missionary and other active works.
St Ignatius introduced many innovations when founding the Society of the Jesuit Order; the abandonment of such traditional forms of worship as chanting the divine office, a monarchical rather than collegiate constitution, and much simpler vows. These elements, together with the spiritual power of the Exercisesgave the Order its militant character and enabled it to exercise its great influence on the world.
Ignatius, of Loyola, Saint, Exercitia spiritualia. English. : Toronto Public Library
As a work of religious inspiration the impact of the Exercises has been almost as great outside the Society of Jesus as within’ PMM. Octavo x mm. spiritualiaa
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