Day 31 of #31DaysWithIgnatius


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A friend sent me this picture a few years ago on the feast of St Ignatius, with the note: ‘When too much St Ignatius Loyola is not enough!’ 😁

Today, dear people, is the feast of St Ignatius Loyola, founder of the #Jesuits and father of #IgnatianSpirituality. He is a gift to the Church and to humanity, over the ages. To the #FcjSisters he is a patron and fellow #companion. To me, he is a guide whom I can follow, and a friend whose counsel I can seek. I believe in the community of #Saints and so celebrate them.

Who is St Ignatius for you? What have you learnt about the love of #God for you, through his intercession or example?
#31dayswithIgnatius #godinallthings #fgiat #LoyolaPress #gratitude #foundiggy#catholic #saints

In celebration of Ignatian Spirituality, and to mark the feast of St Ignatius of Loyola (31 July), I have taken on the challenge of posting a picture a day that speaks to me of the lessons learned from all things ‘Ignatian’; including ‘finding God in all things.’ Here it is, as posted on Instagram (@fcjAustralia).

4 thoughts on “Day 31 of #31DaysWithIgnatius

  1. Dear Geralyn,

    Well done .. to reach your goal of 31 days.
    It was good to keep company with you.

    Thanks
    Judith
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  2. Thank you Geralyn. I have enjoyed the daily walk through July in preparation for the feast of Ignatius.

    Best wishes,

    Rosemary fcJ

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  3. Happy feast day Geralyn. Thank you again for persevering with your idea of sending a helpful message and accompanying picture each day, in honour of St Ignatius. He was/is a very faithful companion of Jesus.

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