The Spiritual Exercises were not meant to be read by an individual but rather led by a retreat director.
An article about the ways people are making the Exercises today.
A remarkable Chicago-based Jesuit ministry which offers retreats to those who are homeless and seeking recovery, to help them find meaning and purpose as they reclaim their lives. The Ignatian Spirituality Project also trains the formerly homeless to assist in giving retreats.
Tucker explores how the Spiritual Exercises provide us with a structure to examine the relationship between the individual and the environment. Article in The Way, 2004.
A core community of Jesuits and colleagues at Creighton University have developed an extraordinarily rich resource of Ignatian spirituality that offers an online retreat, an audio retreat, daily prayer reflections and a weekly prayer guide.
A digitally enhanced experience of The Spiritual Exercises of Ignatius Loyola intended for spiritual directors, practitioners, extenders, and promoters of Ignatian spirituality.
Loyola Press in Chicago developed IgnatianSpirituality.com as a way of seeing God actively involved in the world and intimately involved with us in every moment and place.
A ministry of Loyola Press, 3 Minute Retreats invite you to take a short prayer break to reflect on a Scripture passage.