Center for Ignatian Spirituality
The Center for Ignatian Spirituality welcomes all faculty and staff who seek an experiential resource as a process of discernment characteristic of Ignatian spirituality: the reflection on life experiences and integrating it with one's personal belief system. This careful decision-making leads to spiritual growth in cooperating with community and in working for justice.
Celebrate with us the Ignatian Year 2021-2022!
Visit our website for upcoming programs and events offered by friends from around the world.
Starting May 20, 2021 through the Feast of St. Ignatius on July 31, 2022, LMU joins the worldwide Ignatian Year celebrating the 500th anniversary of the conversion of Ignatius after his injury at the battle in Pamplona in 1521. The fateful cannonball that struck Ignatius marked the beginning of a radical transformation: Restricted to his room while undergoing painful operations, he emerged Ignatius the pilgrim who went on to change the world--St. Ignatius of Loyola and the founder of the Society of Jesus. Other links to experience Ignatian Year: