A Tour of the Rooms of St. Ignatius.

Couldn't resist posting this, from my friend Mike Rogers, S.J.  For all you Ignatius-lovers out there, here is a tour of his rooms near/at the Church of the Gesu in Rome.  Enjoy your ten-minute hand-held video pilgrimage!   (And that music from "The Mission," by Ennio Morricone could make me teary if I were just emptying the garbage.)  Anyway, enjoy.

James Martin, SJ

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Mary Nolan
7 years 7 months ago
What a beautiful way to begin the day...Thank you Fr. Jim.
7 years 7 months ago
Oh, thank you, Padre. It is a beaut. What is it about Ignatius that make me love him so? Soldier, he was, yes, but oh so tender hearted...
Gabriel McAuliffe
7 years 7 months ago
I had to add that I liked the music of Henry V.  Excellent video.  Gratias!

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