Ignatian Spirituality

Finding God in All Things

Ignatian spirituality challenges us to encounter God in all things, witnessing to the joy of the Gospel. We go forth into the world as contemplatives in action, discerning God’s desire for our lives here, now, and acting on God’s invitation. We are women and men for and with others, hearing both the cry of the earth and the cry of the poor—and responding. And we do all for the greater glory of God.


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Into the Cave: A Digital Retreat

During this time of quarantine, it is more important than ever to continue finding God in all things. This retreat can help.

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Put Ignatian Spirituality Into Practice​

Ignatian spirituality isn’t some high-minded path for a few saints, but a spirituality for all of us — no matter who we are or what we’re going through. It’s a set of tools available to us right now in our everyday life. Ready to get started?​



Pray the Examen

Cultivate gratitude as you recognize God in each day.


Get Daily Reflections

The Jesuit Prayer app offers daily Ignatian-inspired reflections.​


Pray the Spiritual Exercises

Learn about St. Ignatius’ greatest contribution to the world.​


Read Stories

Hear the stories of others who have applied Ignatian spirituality.

Find more great tools for Ignatian spirituality in our Resource Library.

Ignatian Spirituality is Already Changing the World

Subscribe to and download our weekly podcast to hear stories from authors, business leaders, Jesuits and others!



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Join the Ignatian Family

Ignatian spirituality is rooted in community — and we want you to become part of ours! Whether that means reflecting on lives lived in the Ignatian tradition or joining us on retreat, we hope you will reach out to others in joining our Ignatian Family.



Learn About Jesuit Saints

Read about extraordinary lives inspired by Ignatian values.


Join the Jesuits

Is God calling you to join the Jesuits as a priest or brother?


Take An Ignatian Retreat

What is God inviting you to do? Take time to listen and discern.

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