“Remembering St. Ignatius of Loyola and celebrating
his feast gives us a chance to share some reflections on the Ignatian year that
begins next May. (…)
The Ignatian year is a new call to draw inspiration
from Ignatius, the Pilgrim. His inner struggle and conversion led him to a very
close familiarity with God. This intense love, allowed him to find God in all
things. (…) We are heirs to that charism and responsible for its legitimacy in
the times we live in.
from the message of Fr. Arturo Sosa, Superior General, for the feast of St.
Ignatius on 31 July 2020.
(Click here to read the whole message.)