On June 5 it was possible to admire these bibliographical rarities up close, with the extraordinary exhibition in the Library, to all lovers of the subject. Fr. Bernardo Gantier, a Jesuit from the Collegio Pio Latinoamericano, historian and artist, presented the material on display and placed it in the context of one of the characteristics of the Ignatian spirituality: the encounter between imagination and rigor. The historian pointed out that the personality of Saint Ignatius had led him, from an early age, to imagine and dream of greatness. His spiritual tour has preserved these traits and redirected them, but his interest in pilgrimage and novelty has never abandoned him. The application of the senses, in the Ignatian spirituality, allows precisely one form of "play": to be present at the events narrated. His interior pilgrimage led him to enter into the intimacy of the Trinity... and into glory.