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IGNATIUS LOYOLA (1491 - 1556), Spanish Saint, founder of Society of Jesus (Jesuits), in an attitude of prayer.
Ignatius Loyola (1491-1556): The Founder of the Jesuits
A Biography of St. Ignatius Loyola (1491-1556): The Founder of the Jesuits. by: George Traub, . and Debra Mooney, P. Iñigo Lopez de Oñaz y Loyola, whom we know as St. Ignatius, was born in the Castle Loyola, in the Basque country of northeastern Spain, in 1491, during the reign of King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella. Iñigo was the youngest of 13 children, raised in a family culture of high Catholic piety but lax morals. He experienced the contradictions between the ideals of church and crown and the realities of his own family.
Saint Ignatius of Loyola was a Spanish theologian and one of the most influential figures in the Catholic Reformation of the . He was ordained a priest on June 24, 1537.
Saint Ignatius of Loyola was a Spanish theologian and one of the most influential figures in the Catholic Reformation of the 16th century. Between 1546 and 1556 he opened 33 colleges (3 of them universities) and approved 6 more.
Books by or about St. Ignatius of Loyola. Ignatius of Loyola: The Pilgrim Saint. Ignatius of Loyola: The Spiritual Exercises and Selected Works. by J. Ignacio Tellechea Idigoras; translated by Cornelius Michael Buckley, SJ. Loyola Press, 1994. Classics of Western Spirituality. Ignatius of Loyola: The Psychology of a Saint. by William W. Meissner. Yale Univ Press, 1994. Ignatius of Loyola: Personal Writings: Reminiscences, Spiritual Diary, Select Letters Including the Text of the Spiritual Exercises.
2. Intense persecution of Protestants (John Foxe's Book of Martyrs) E. Elizabeth and the Elizabethan Settlement (1558-1603): Quest for religious and political stability 1. New Supremacy Act ("Supreme Governor of the Church of England") 2. Push for religious conformity a. New Prayer Book b. Question: What was the intent of herAct of Uniformity (1559)?/
One is The First Jesuit: St. Ignatius Loyola, by Mary Purcell (Loyola University Press, Chicago, 1957). The second one is Ignatius of Loyola, The Pilgrim Saint by Jose Ignacio Tellechea Idigoras, translated with a preface by Cornelius Michael Buckley, .
One is The First Jesuit: St. Loyola University Press, Chicago, 1994). And the third is Ignatius of Loyola, Founder of the Jesuits: His Life and Works, by Candido de Dalmases, translated by Jerome Aixala (St. Louis Institute of Jesuit Sources, St. Louis, 1985). Of these three volumes, the second is by far the most pleasant to read.