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St. Ignatius of Loyola
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1 Prefa, 0, 0 | time he wrote this book. His native language was not 2 Prefa, 0, 0 | not Spanish, but Basque. His lack of education and his 3 Prefa, 0, 0 | His lack of education and his imperfect acquaintance with 4 Prefa, 0, 0 | is not to be expected in his work. Literary defects he 5 Prefa, 0, 0 | fearful of such faults. His corrections found in this 6 Prefa, 0, 0 | reproduced by Father Rodeles in his edition of the Spanish text. 7 Prefa, 0, 0 | is obscured, at times, by his language being that of nearly 8 Prefa, 0, 0 | In accomplishing his task, the translator has 9 Prefa, 0, 0 | he does very gratefully, his obligations to the Very 10 Annot, 0, 0 | whether this comes through his own reasoning, or because 11 Annot, 0, 0 | own reasoning, or because his intellect is enlightened 12 Annot, 0, 0 | with God our Lord, or with His Saints, greater reverence 13 Annot, 0, 0 | courage and generosity towards his Creator and Lord, offering2 14 Annot, 0, 0 | Lord, offering2 Him all his will and liberty, that His 15 Annot, 0, 0 | his will and liberty, that His Divine Majesty may make 16 Annot, 0, 0 | Majesty may make use of his person and of all he has 17 Annot, 0, 0 | all he has according3 to His most Holy Will.~ 18 Annot, 0, 0 | carefully to always see that his soul remains content in 19 Annot, 0, 0 | should communicate Himself to His devout soul, inflaming it 20 Annot, 0, 0 | soul, inflaming it with His love and praise, and disposing 21 Annot, 0, 0 | may work more surely in His creature - it is very expedient, 22 Annot, 0, 0 | himself, putting forth all his strength, to come to the 23 Annot, 0, 0 | well-being of souls, but for his own temporal advantage and 24 Annot, 0, 0 | interests, he ought to excite his feelings to the contrary, 25 Annot, 0, 0 | any other thing, unless His Divine Majesty, putting 26 Annot, 0, 0 | Divine Majesty, putting his desires in order, change 27 Annot, 0, 0 | desires in order, change his first inclination for him, 28 Annot, 0, 0 | service, honor, and glory of His Divine Majesty.~ 29 Annot, 0, 0 | him who is receiving them his personal thoughts or sins, 30 Annot, 0, 0 | one by which, according to his wish to dispose himself, 31 Annot, 0, 0 | recommended, also, to confess his sins every eight days, and, 32 Annot, 0, 0 | Exercises, until he confesses his sins. Then let him be given 33 Annot, 0, 0 | Confession oftener than was his custom, in order to preserve 34 Annot, 0, 0 | he can, so that it be in his power to go each day to 35 Annot, 0, 0 | Vespers, without fear that his acquaintances will put obstacles 36 Annot, 0, 0 | acquaintances will put obstacles in his way.~From this isolation 37 Annot, 0, 0 | no little in the sight of His Divine Majesty.~The second 38 Annot, 0, 0 | isolated, and not having his understanding divided on 39 Annot, 0, 0 | things, but concentrating his care on one only, namely, 40 Annot, 0, 0 | only, namely, on serving his Creator and benefiting his 41 Annot, 0, 0 | his Creator and benefiting his own soul, he uses with greater 42 Annot, 0, 0 | uses with greater freedom his natural powers, in seeking 43 Annot, 0, 0 | receive graces and gifts from His Divine and Sovereign Goodness.~ 44 Presup, 0, 0 | to be more ready to save his neighbor's proposition than 45 1, Princi, 0 | and by this means to save his soul.~ 46 1, Princi, 0 | much as they help him on to his end, and ought to rid himself 47 1, Examen, 0 | Examen, asking account of his soul of that particular 48 1, Examen, 1 | sin or defect, let him put his hand on his breast, grieving 49 1, Examen, 1 | let him put his hand on his breast, grieving for having 50 1, GeneralExam, 2 | every creature, according to His own essence, presence and 51 1, GeneralExam, 4 | to purpose amendment with His grace. ~OUR FATHER.~ 52 1, Confession | WITH COMMUNION~Whoever, of his own accord, wants to make 53 1, Confession, 0 | the sins and wickedness of his whole life.~ 54 1, 1Exercise, 0 | the service and praise of His Divine Majesty.~ 55 1, 1Exercise, 0 | and Eve was created from his rib, being forbidden to 56 1, 1Exercise, 0 | another, or as a servant to his master; now asking some 57 1, 2Exercise, 0 | have sinned, according to His attributes; comparing them 58 1, 2Exercise, 0 | their contraries in me - His Wisdom with my ignorance; 59 1, 2Exercise, 0 | Wisdom with my ignorance; His Omnipotence with my weakness; 60 1, 2Exercise, 0 | Omnipotence with my weakness; His Justice with my iniquity; 61 1, 2Exercise, 0 | Justice with my iniquity; His Goodness with my malice.~ 62 1, 2Exercise, 0 | proposing amendment, with His grace, for the future.~OUR 63 1, 5Exercise, 0 | our Lord and against all His Saints.~ 64 1, 5Exercise, 0 | did not act according to His Commandments; making three 65 1, 5Exercise, 0 | Coming; the second, during His life; the third, after His 66 1, 5Exercise, 0 | His life; the third, after His life in this world; and 67 1, 5Exercise, 0 | four Weeks, according as his age, disposition and physical 68 1, Additions, 0 | knight found himself before his king and all his court, 69 1, Additions, 0 | before his king and all his court, ashamed and confused 70 1, Additions, 0 | interior contrition for his sins, or to weep much over 71 1, Additions, 0 | Christ our Lord suffered in His Passion, or to settle some 72 2, TemporalKing, 1| that I may not be deaf to His call, but ready and diligent 73 2, TemporalKing, 1| and diligent to fulfill His most Holy Will.~ 74 2, TemporalKing, 1| this king speaks to all his people, saying: "It is my 75 2, TemporalKing, 2| of the temporal King to his subjects, how much more 76 2, 1Day, 0 | namely, the Angel doing his duty as ambassador, and 77 2, 2Contemplat, 0 | and the maid, and, after His Birth, the Child Jesus, 78 2, 5Contemplat, 0 | of Christ our Lord, from His Incarnation down to the 79 2, 3Day, 0 | Child Jesus was obedient to His Parents at Nazareth (p. 80 2, Preamble, 0 | being under obedience to His parents, has given us for 81 2, Preamble, 0 | remained in the Temple, leaving His adoptive father and His 82 2, Preamble, 0 | His adoptive father and His natural Mother, to attend 83 2, Preamble, 0 | attend to the pure service of His eternal Father; we will 84 2, Preamble, 0 | same time contemplating His life, to investigate and 85 2, Preamble, 0 | ask in what life or state His Divine Majesty wants to 86 2, 4Day, 0 | calls and wants all under His standard; and Lucifer, on 87 2, 4Day, 0 | on the contrary, under his.~ 88 2, 4Day, 0 | all the world spreading His sacred doctrine through 89 2, 4Day, 0 | Christ our Lord makes to all His servants and friends whom 90 2, 4Day, 0 | spiritual poverty, and - if His Divine Majesty would be 91 2, 4Day, 0 | I may be received under His standard; and first in the 92 2, 4Day, 0 | spiritual poverty, and - if His Divine Majesty would be 93 2, 4Day, 0 | person, or displeasure of His Divine Majesty; and with 94 2, SameFourth, 0 | before God our Lord and all His Saints, to desire and know 95 2, SameFourth, 0 | what is more pleasing to His Divine Goodness.~ 96 2, SameFourth, 0 | is more to the glory of His Divine Majesty and the salvation 97 2, SameFourth, 0 | the service and praise of His Divine Majesty; and meanwhile 98 2, SameFourth, 0 | the service and praise of His Divine Goodness.~ 99 2, 9Day, 0 | Christ our Lord appeared to His disciples on the waves of 100 2, 12Day, 0 | greater service and praise to His Divine Majesty.~ 101 2, Election, 0 | that if one have not made his election duly and ordinately 102 2, Election, 0 | to living a good life in his election. It does not appear 103 2, Election, 0(15)| say that this election is His vocation. ~ 104 2, Election, 0 | there is no reason for his making election anew, but 105 2, GoodElection, 0| praise God our Lord and save his soul - and desiring this 106 2, GoodElection, 0| helped in the service of his Lord and the salvation of 107 2, GoodElection, 0| Lord and the salvation of his soul.~I said time of quiet, 108 2, 1Way, 0 | proposed, so as to promote more His praise and glory; discussing 109 2, 1Way, 0 | and choosing agreeably to His most holy pleasure and will.~ 110 2, 1Way, 0 | Him such election, that His Divine Majesty may be pleased 111 2, 1Way, 0 | confirm it, if it is to His greater service and praise.~ 112 2, 2Way, 0 | he chooses, is only for his Creator and Lord.~ 113 2, 2Way, 0 | known, and I17 desiring all his perfection, to consider 114 2, 2Way, 0 | the greater perfection of his soul, and I, doing likewise, 115 2, Amend, 0 | to amend and reform each his own life and state. That 116 2, Amend, 0 | state. That is, putting his creation, life and state 117 2, Amend, 0 | Lord and the salvation of his own soul, to come and arrive 118 2, Amend, 0 | by example; likewise of his means, how much he ought 119 2, Amend, 0 | much he ought to take for his household and house; and 120 2, Amend, 0 | proportion as he goes out of his self-love, will and interest.~ 121 3, 1Day, 0 | washed their feet and gave His most Holy Body and Precious 122 3, 1Day, 0 | Body and Precious Blood to His Disciples, and made them 123 3, 1Day, 0 | after Judas went to sell his Lord.~ 124 3, 1Day, 0 | our Lord is suffering in His Humanity, 19 or wants to 125 3, 1Day, 0(19) | In His Humanity is in St. Ignatius' 126 3, 2Day, 0 | our Lord went down with His eleven Disciples from Mount 127 3, 2Day, 0 | to the Father and wakened His three Disciples, and after 128 3, 2Day, 0 | and after the enemies at His voice fell down, Judas giving 129 3, 2Day, 0 | and in the morning from His being raised on the Cross 130 3, RulesOneself, 0| which he ought to keep in his eating and drinking; for 131 3, RulesOneself, 0| what is more suitable to his bodily support.~ 132 3, RulesOneself, 0| Christ our Lord eating with His Apostles, and how He drinks 133 3, RulesOneself, 0| let him guard against all his soul being intent on what 134 4, 1Contemplat, 0 | being risen, He appeared to His Blessed Mother in Body and 135 Contem, 0, 0 | in all to love and serve His Divine Majesty.~ 136 Contem, 0, 0 | as He can, according to His Divine ordination.~And with 137 Contem, 0, 0 | side to offer and give to His Divine Majesty, that is 138 Contem, 0, 0 | the likeness and image of His Divine Majesty; reflecting 139 Method, 1Method, 1 | greater glory and praise of His Divine Majesty.~For the 140 Method, 1Method, 4 | Christ our Lord in the use of his senses, let him in the Preparatory 141 Method, 1Method, 4 | Prayer recommend himself to His Divine Majesty, and after 142 Method, 3Method, 0 | whom he recites it, or to his own baseness, or to the 143 Method, 3Method, 0 | from such great height to his own so great lowness. And 144 Annunc, Visitation, 0 | John Baptist, being in his mother's womb, felt the 145 Annunc, Birth, 0 | subjection to Caesar, with Mary his spouse and wife, already 146 Annunc, Circumcision, 0| Second Point. Second: "His Name was called Jesus, which 147 Annunc, Circumcision, 0| They gave back the Child to His Mother, who had compassion 148 Annunc, MagiKings, 0 | saying: "'We have seen His star in the East and are 149 Annunc, Purification, 0| the Temple "took Him into his arms" saying: "'Now Thou 150 Annunc, FlightEgypt, 0 | Arise and take the Child and His Mother, and fly to Egypt.'"~ 151 Annunc, FromEgypt, 0 | Arise and take the Child and His Mother and go to the land 152 Annunc, LifeOfChrist, 0| First: He was obedient to His parents: "He advanced in 153 Annunc, Temple, 0 | remained in Jerusalem, and His parents did not know it.~ 154 Annunc, Temple, 0 | midst of the doctors, and His parents asking Him where 155 Annunc, Baptism, 0 | after having taken leave of His Blessed Mother, came from 156 Annunc, 1Miracle, 0 | our Lord was invited with His Disciples to the marriage. ~ 157 Annunc, 1Miracle, 0 | into wine and manifested His glory, and His Disciples 158 Annunc, 1Miracle, 0 | manifested His glory, and His Disciples believed in Him."~ 159 Annunc, SermonMount, 0 | First Point. First: To His beloved Disciples He speaks 160 Annunc, TempestSea, 0 | Second Point. Second: His Disciples, frightened, awakened 161 Annunc, WalkOnSea, 0 | being on the mountain, made His Disciples go to the little 162 Annunc, WalkOnSea, 0 | fear not,'" St. Peter, by His command, came to Him walking 163 Annunc, WalkOnSea, 0 | and reprehended him for his little faith, and then, 164 Annunc, Apostles, 0 | Point. First: Christ called His beloved Disciples and gave 165 Annunc, Magdalen, 0 | Standing behind the Lord near His feet, she commenced to wash 166 Annunc, Magdalen, 0 | of her head, and kissed His feet and anointed them with 167 Annunc, Eat, 0 | broke and gave the bread to His Disciples, and the Disciples 168 Annunc, Transfigurat, 0| Point. First: Taking along His beloved Disciples, Peter, 169 Annunc, Transfigurat, 0| Lord was transfigured, and His face did shine as the sun, 170 Annunc, Transfigurat, 0| did shine as the sun, and His garments as the snow.~ 171 Annunc, Transfigurat, 0| Son, hear ye Him!'" When His Disciples heard this voice, 172 Annunc, Supper, 0 | ate the Paschal Lamb with His twelve Apostles, to whom 173 Annunc, Supper, 0 | Apostles, to whom He foretold His death. "'In truth, I say 174 Annunc, Supper, 0 | Majesty of the Lord and his own baseness, not wanting 175 Annunc, Supper, 0 | be the greatest mark of His love, saying: "'Take and 176 Annunc, Mysteries, 0 | went to Mount Olivet with His Disciples, who were full 177 Annunc, Mysteries, 0 | plentiful, that St. Luke says: "His sweat was as drops of blood 178 Annunc, Anna, 0 | Third Point. Third: Left by His Disciples, He is taken to 179 Annunc, Caiphas, 0 | and struck Him and covered His face and gave Him buffets 180 Annunc, Herod, 0 | Herod despised Him with his army, clothing Him with 181 Annunc, PilateII, 0 | of thorns and put it on His head, and they clothed Him 182 Annunc, Cross, 0 | Second: He took the Cross on His shoulders and not being 183 Annunc, CrossII, 0 | recommended St. John to His Mother and His Mother to 184 Annunc, CrossII, 0 | John to His Mother and His Mother to St. John; He said 185 Annunc, CrossII, 0 | come down from the Cross."' His garments were divided; His 186 Annunc, CrossII, 0 | His garments were divided; His side, struck with the lance, 187 Annunc, Sepulchre, 0 | Nicodemus, in presence of His sorrowful Mother.~ 188 Annunc, 1Apparit | RESURRECTION OF CHRIST OUR LORD OF HIS FIRST APPARITION~ 189 Annunc, 3Apparit, 0 | and threw themselves at His feet and adored Him.~ 190 Annunc, 5Apparit, 0 | suffer and so enter into His glory?"'~ 191 Annunc, 8Apparit, 0 | Jesus appears to seven of His Disciples33 who were fishing, 192 Annunc, 8Apparit, 0 | and spreading the net by His command, "They were not 193 Annunc, 8Apparit, 0(33)| Of His Disciples is in the handwriting 194 Annunc, 13Apparit, 0 | them out and having taken His Body again, He appeared 195 Rules, Receive, 0 | directly connected with His service and praise.~Finally, 196 Rules, Receive, 0 | and as if separated from his Creator and Lord. Because, 197 Rules, Receive, 0 | has left him in trial in his natural powers, in order 198 Rules, Receive, 0 | Lord has taken from him his great fervor, great love 199 Rules, Receive, 0 | we let ourselves out in His service and praise without 200 Rules, Receive, 0 | sufficient to resist all his enemies, taking strength 201 Rules, Receive, 0 | enemies, taking strength in his Creator and Lord.~ 202 Rules, Receive, 0 | to weaken and lose heart, his temptations taking flight, 203 Rules, Receive, 0 | nature in following out his damnable intention with 204 Rules, Receive, 0 | of a good husband, wants his words and persuasions to 205 Rules, Receive, 0 | the wife to her husband his licentious words and depraved 206 Rules, Receive, 0 | enemy of human nature brings his wiles and persuasions to 207 Rules, Receive, 0 | when one reveals them to his good Confessor or to another 208 Rules, Receive, 0 | spiritual person that knows his deceits and evil ends, it 209 Rules, Receive, 0 | because he gathers, from his manifest deceits being discovered, 210 Rules, Receive, 0 | be able to succeed with his wickedness begun.~ 211 Rules, Receive, 0 | chief of the army, pitching his camp, and looking at the 212 Rules, 2Week, 0 | is proper to God and to His Angels in their movements 213 Rules, 2Week, 0 | bringing it all into love of His Divine Majesty. I say without 214 Rules, 2Week, 0 | and later on to draw it to his damnable intention and wickedness.~ 215 Rules, 2Week, 0 | out drawing the soul to his covert deceits and perverse 216 Rules, 2Week, 0 | been perceived and known by his serpent's tail and the bad 217 Rules, 2Week, 0 | so far as to bring him to his depraved intention; in order 218 Rules, 2Week, 0 | guard for the future against his usual deceits.~ 219 Rules, Distribution, 0| known, and desiring all his perfection in the ministry 220 Rules, Distribution, 0| him to keep the mean in his manner of distributing, 221 Rules, Distribution, 0| the greater perfection of his soul; I, doing so, neither 222 Rules, Distribution, 0| Rules, examining and testing his affection by them; and not 223 Rules, Distribution, 0| all dismissed and cast out his disordered inclination.~ 224 Rules, Distribution, 0| Therefore, he can reform in his life and condition by the 225 Rules, Scruples, 0 | of straw, he decides with his own judgment that he has 226 Rules, Scruples, 0 | then he ought to raise his understanding to his Creator 227 Rules, Scruples, 0 | raise his understanding to his Creator and Lord, and if 228 Rules, Scruples, 0 | and if he sees that it is His due service, or at the least 229 Rules, TrueSentimen, 0| Bridegroom, and the Church, His Bride, there is the same 230 Rules, TrueSentimen, 0| for the greater praise of His Divine Majesty, but not 231 Rules, TrueSentimen, 0| praise much the fear of His Divine Majesty, because


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