In the footsteps of Saint Ignatius, with Fr. Arturo Sosa

Journeying with youth... one of the main ways in which Jesuits live out their commitment to the Gospel today.

Journeying with youth... during the Ignatian Year, proposing to them the figure of Ignatius, his conversion, his journey, his desire to serve.

Journeying with youth... through projects, actions, images that can speak to them and set them on their way.

On 31 July 2021, the feast of Saint Ignatius, the Superior General of the Society of Jesus decided to make a concrete symbolic gesture. Together with a group of young people, he walked the last few kilometres of the “Camino Ignaciano”, the 650-kilometre route from Loyola to Manresa in Spain.

With the help of a photo essay, you can join in this pilgrimage. This age-old practice of walking as a pilgrim has helped and still helps many people to undergo a spiritual experience as they search for meaning, find new direction, overcome limitations, listen to nature, and eventually meet God.

Let the many images and the few words that accompany them be your guide!

Camino Ignaciano

Journeying with Youth

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