Spiritual Resources Guide
This directory describes the resources available, from the basics of Ignatian spirituality to our interactive prayer intentions feature. Simply click on the links below to access them.
Introduction to Ignatian Spirituality
Read a brief overview of the origin and key concepts of the spiritual tradition of St. Ignatius Loyola.
Magis Center for Reason and Faith
Explore and share the close connection between reason and faith as revealed by new discoveries in astrophysics and philosophy.
Trace the presence of God in your life by practicing the Examen of Conscience, also known as the Examination of Consciousness.
Ignatian Contemplation: Rosary, Reflections & Prayers
Explore a variety of resources including an Ignatian-style Rosary and selected prayers for daily life and different occasions.
Pope Benedict XVI'S Monthly Prayer Intentions
Pray daily for the Church and the world, as well as for Pope Benedict's two prayer intentions each month.
Find out about the process of spiritual direction and how to find a spiritual director.
Spirituality for Late Life
Learn how creative expression and Spirit-filled fellowship can energize and enrich our lives as we age.
Many Catholics are already familiar with the music of two composers who reside in our Province.
View video presentations on Ignatian spirituality and related topics.
Spirituality and Ethics
Father Max Oliva, S.J., of the California Province writes a monthly Spirituality and Ethics newsletter which may be found here.
Making Ethical Decisions
Learn to discern thorny issues using a step-by-step framework developed by the Markkula Center for Applied Ethics at Santa Clara University.
Browse our suggested books, films, and websites about Jesuits, Ignatian spirituality, and more.