Date posted: Oct 04, 2023
Fee: $60 | Six Weeks
This course provides a basic overview of Ignatian spirituality. Beginning with the life of St. Ignatius of Loyola, this course explores the pillars of Ignatian spirituality including the Spiritual Exercises, prayer and contemplation, the Examen, and discernment. To complement the informative text and videos, online resources are provided for prayer experiences rooted in Ignatian spirituality.
This course has a required text: David L. Fleming, S.J. What Is Ignatian Spirituality? Loyola Press, 2008.
Week 1: Who is St. Ignatius?
Week 2: Prayer, Contemplation, and the Examen
Week 3: The Spiritual Exercises: Structure, Meaning, and Theology
Week 4: Discernment of Spirits
Week 5: Discernment of God's Will
Content Scholars: David L. Fleming, S.J. (text) was the editor of the journal Review for Religious as well as author of several books on Ignatian spirituality. Barton T. Geger, S.J. (videos) is assistant professor of the practice at the School of Theology and Ministry at Boston College, Research Scholar at the Institute of Advanced Jesuit Studies, and General Editor of Studies in the Spirituality of Jesuits