The most formative period in the life of St. Ignatius Loyola (founder of the Jesuit order) was a pilgrimage that he made on foot from his home in Castle Loyola to the city of Barcelona. During that time, he began to receive mystical experiences and to write The Spiritual Exercises, a little book that has become a Christian classic. On the “Ignatian Camino,” students, faculty and staff of Regis University can make their own pilgrimage that follows in the footsteps of Ignatius. They will spend time in Castle Loyola, visit sacred shrines and grottoes where the saint prayed, and enter the cave where he lived as a hermit for eleven months. Like Ignatius, pilgrims on the Ignatian Camino will spend some time reflecting on their own lives and their relationship with God, and they will learn about the distinctive spirituality of Ignatius, who for the rest of his life liked to call himself “the pilgrim.”
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