The Letters of St. Ignatius

For those looking to deepen their understanding of St. Ignatius and the Society of Jesus, you'll enjoy this collection of St. Ignatius's letters and other writings, made available online by Georgetown University. It's an excellent resource.  

I began reviewing them briefly, and this caution from St. Ignatius stood out for how relevant it remains today: "In everything you say, especially when you are trying to restore peace and are giving spiritual exhortations, be on your guard and remember that everything you say may or will become public."

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