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« on: October 26, 2013, 10:43:03 PM »
I want to make this thread for the study of the Spiritual Exercises of Loyola.
Please, follow this thread. This will be an on-going exercise.
May God Bless us all.



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« Reply #1 on: October 26, 2013, 10:44:56 PM »
PRAYER OF FATHER DIERTINS


Rouse up, O Lord, and foster the spirit of the Exercises which Blessed Ignatius labored to spread abroad, that we, too, may be filled with it and be zealous to love what he loved and do what he taught ! Through Christ Our Lord.

Amen.

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« Reply #2 on: October 26, 2013, 10:52:52 PM »
The Spiritual Exercises

of

St. Ignatius of Loyola





Translated from The Autograph By Father Elder Mullan, S.J.

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« Reply #3 on: October 26, 2013, 10:56:04 PM »
TO CONQUER ONESELF AND REGULATE ONE'S LIFE WITHOUT DETERMINING ONESELF THROUGH ANY TENDENCY THAT IS DISORDERED


PRE-SUPPOSITION

In order that both he who is giving the Spiritual Exercises , and he who is receiving them, may more help and benefit themselves, let it be presupposed that every good Christian is to be more ready to save his neighbor's proposition than to condemn it. If he cannot save it, let him inquire how he means it; and if he means it badly, let him correct him with charity. If that is not enough, let him seek all the suitable means to bring him to mean it well, and save himself.

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PRINCIPLE AND FOUNDATION


Man is created to praise, reverence, and serve God our Lord, and by this means to save his soul.
And the other things on the face of the earth are created for man and that they may help him in prosecuting the end for which he is created.

From this it follows that man is to use them as much as they help hm on to his end, and ought to rid himself of them so far as they hinder him as to it.

For this it is necessary to make ourselves indifferent to all created things in all that is allowed to the choice of our free will and is not prohibited to it; so that, on our part, we want not health rather than sickness, riches rather than poverty, honor rather than dishonor, long rather than short life, and so in all the rest; desiring and choosing only what is most conducive for us to the end for which we are created.

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« Reply #5 on: October 27, 2013, 02:24:49 PM »
PARTICULAR AND DAILY EXAMEN


It contains in it three times and two to examine oneself.

The first time is in the morning, immediately on rising, when one ought to propose to guard himself with diligence against that particular sin or defect which he wants to correct and amend.

The second time is after dinner, when one is to ask God Our Lord what one wants, namely, grace to remember how many times he has fallen into that particular sin or defect, and to amend himself in the future. Then let him make the first Examen, asking account of his soul of that particular thing proposed, which he wants to correct and amend. Let him go over hour by hour and instant of the present examen, and let him make in the first line of the G... as many dots as were the times he has fallen into that particular sin or defect. Then let him resolve anew to amend himself up to the second Examen which he will make.

The third time: After supper, the second Examen will be made, in the same way, hour by hour, commencing at the first Examen and continuing up to the present (second) one, and let him make in the second line of the same G... as many dots as were the times he has fallen into that particular sin or defect.


First Addition: The first addition is that each time one falls into that particular sin or defect, let him put his hand on his breast, grieving for having fallen: which can be done even in the presence of many, without their perceiving what he is doing.

Second Addition: The second; as the first line of the G... means the first Examen, and the second line the second Examen, let him look at night if there is ammendment from the first line to the second, that is, from the first Examen to the second.

Third Addition: The third: To compare the second day with the first; that is, the two Examens of the present day with the other two Examens of the previous day, and see if he has amended himself from one day to the other.

Fourth Addition: The fourth Addition: To compare one week with another,
and see if he has amended himself in the present week over the week past.

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« Reply #6 on: October 27, 2013, 02:36:02 PM »
GENERAL EXAMEN OF CONSCIENCE

TO PURIFY ONESELF AND TO MAKE ONE’S CONFESSION BETTER

I presuppose that there are three kinds of thoughts in me: that is, one my own, which springs from my mere liberty and will; and two others, which come from
without, one from the good spirit, and the other from the bad.


THOUGHT

There are two ways of meriting in the bad thought which comes from
without, namely:

First Way
A thought of committing a mortal sin, which thought I resist immediately and it remains conquered.

Second Way
The second way of meriting is: When that same bad thought comes to me and I resist it, and it returns to me again and again, and I always resist, until it is conquered.

This second way is more meritorious than the first.

A venial sin is committed when the same thought comes of sinning mortally and one gives ear to it, making some little delay, or receiving some sensual pleasure, or when there is some negligence in rejecting such thought.

There are two ways of sinning mortally:

First Way
The first is, when one gives consent to the bad thought, to act afterwards as he has consented, or to put it in act if he could.

Second Way
The second way of sinning mortally is when that sin is put in act.

This is a greater sin for three reasons: first, because of the greater time; second, because of the greater intensity; third, because of the greater harm to the two persons.



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