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St. Ignatius of Loyola
Spiritual Exercises

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1 Intro, Approb, 0 | Vulgate Version - and one a literal rendering. The opinions 2 Intro, Litera, 0 | Psalmist says: In my meditation a fire flames out - I think 3 Intro, PaulIII | PAUL III, POPE, FOR A PERPETUAL REMEMBRANCE~ 4 Prefa, 0, 0 | handwriting of the Saint, but has a good number of corrections 5 Prefa, 0, 0 | Ignatius of Loyola was a man without any great pretensions 6 Prefa, 0, 0 | enough to make it clear that a refined use of any language, 7 Prefa, 0, 0 | in general, anything like a finished or even perfectly 8 Prefa, 0, 0 | text are clearly made with a view to precision more than 9 Prefa, 0, 0 | the Society of Jesus in a large number of copies. 10 Prefa, 0, 0 | translation as faithful and close a reproduction of the Spanish 11 Prefa, 0, 0 | hardly be kept from being a partial expansion, illustration 12 Prefa, 0, 0 | proved, to some extent, a commentary as well as a 13 Prefa, 0, 0 | a commentary as well as a translation. This the translator 14 Prefa, 0, 0 | but accuracy is. For this a certain neglect of style 15 Prefa, 0, 0 | Perhaps some may even find a charm in the consequent 16 Prefa, 0, 0 | and under the direction of a competent guide. Read straight 17 Note, 0, 0 | of the Manuscript.~6. As a matter of convenience, in 18 Annot, 0, 0 | salvation of the soul, is called a Spiritual Exercise.~ 19 Annot, 0, 0 | over the Points with only a short or summary development. 20 Annot, 0, 0 | something which makes the events a little clearer or brings 21 Annot, 0, 0 | little clearer or brings them a little more home to him - 22 Annot, 0, 0 | finished in thirty days, a little more or less.~ 23 Annot, 0, 0 | the First Week, if he is a person who has not been 24 Annot, 0, 0 | consciousness of having been a full hour in the Exercise, 25 Annot, 0, 0 | less. For the enemy is not a little used to try and make 26 Annot, 0, 0 | chastity, and, although a good work done under vow 27 Annot, 0, 0 | them more to poverty or to a promise, than to their opposites, 28 Annot, 0, 0 | standing in the centre like a balance, leave the Creator 29 Annot, 0, 0 | attached or inclined to a thing inordinately, that 30 Annot, 0, 0 | adapted to the need of such a soul so acted upon.~ 31 Annot, 0, 0 | instructed and to come to a certain degree of contentment 32 Annot, 0, 0 | Examen, p. 25; also, for a half hour in the morning, 33 Annot, 0, 0 | Annotation. The nineteenth: A person of education or ability 34 Annot, 0, 0 | business, may take an hour and a half daily to exercise himself.~ 35 Annot, 0, 0 | be given for the space of a half-hour the Particular 36 Annot, 0, 0 | follow.~The first is that a man, by separating himself 37 1, GeneralExam, 1 | First Way. A thought of committing a 38 1, GeneralExam, 1 | A thought of committing a mortal sin, which thought 39 1, GeneralExam, 1 | meritorious than the first.~A venial sin is committed 40 1, GeneralExam, 1 | sin is put in act.~This is a greater sin for three reasons: 41 1, GeneralExam, 2 | life, as, for instance, if a religious speaks of wars 42 1, GeneralExam, 2 | fault, because if I reveal a mortal sin that is not public, 43 1, GeneralExam, 2 | public, I sin mortally; if a venial sin, venially; and 44 1, GeneralExam, 2 | venial sin, venially; and if a defect, I show a defect 45 1, GeneralExam, 2 | and if a defect, I show a defect of my own.~But if 46 1, GeneralExam, 2 | public, as in the case of a public prostitute, and of 47 1, GeneralExam, 2 | public prostitute, and of a sentence given in judgment, 48 1, GeneralExam, 2 | given in judgment, or of a public error which is infecting 49 1, GeneralExam, 3 | greater or less nature, a greater or a lesser sin.~ 50 1, GeneralExam, 3 | less nature, a greater or a lesser sin.~By recommendations 51 1, Confession | own accord, wants to make a General Confession, will, 52 1, Confession, 0 | year is not obliged to make a General Confession, by making 53 1, Confession, 0 | consequence, having made a better Confession and being 54 1, 1Exercise | FIRST EXERCISE~IT IS A MEDITATION WITH THE THREE 55 1, 1Exercise, 0 | Prelude. The First Prelude is a composition, seeing the 56 1, 1Exercise, 0 | is to be noted that, in a visible contemplation or 57 1, 1Exercise, 0 | place, as for instance, a Temple or Mountain where 58 1, 1Exercise, 0 | did penance for so long a time, and how much corruption 59 1, 1Exercise, 0 | on the Cross, let me make a Colloquy, how from Creator 60 1, 1Exercise, 0 | speaks to another, or as a servant to his master; now 61 1, 2Exercise | SECOND EXERCISE~IT IS A MEDITATION ON THE SINS AND 62 1, 2Exercise, 0 | It will be here to beg a great and intense sorrow 63 1, 2Exercise, 0 | Fifth, to look at myself as a sore and ulcer, from which 64 1, 2Exercise, 0 | Colloquy. Let me finish with a Colloquy of mercy, pondering 65 1, 3Exercise | THIRD EXERCISE~IT IS A REPETITION OF THE FIRST 66 1, 3Exercise, 0 | vain things.~And with that a HAIL MARY.~ 67 1, 4Exercise | FOURTH EXERCISE~IT IS A SUMMARY OF THIS SAME THIRD~ 68 1, 4Exercise, 0 | I said a summary, that the understanding, 69 1, 5Exercise | FIFTH EXERCISE~IT IS A MEDITATION ON HELL~ 70 1, 5Exercise, 0 | Colloquy. Making a Colloquy to Christ our Lord, 71 1, Additions, 0 | think, for the space of a HAIL MARY, of the hour that 72 1, Additions, 0 | rise and for what, making a resume of the Exercise which 73 1, Additions, 0 | examples, as, for instance, if a knight found himself before 74 1, Additions, 0 | Exercise, making myself a great sinner and in chains; 75 1, Additions, 0 | Third Addition. The third: A step or two before the place 76 1, Additions, 0 | will, during the space of a quarter of an hour, seated 77 1, Additions, 0 | eighth: Not to laugh nor say a thing provocative of laughter.~ 78 1, Additions, 0 | grieve for one's sins, with a firm purpose of not committing 79 1, Additions, 0 | to the mean, if one has a bad habit of sleeping too 80 1, Additions, 0 | often helps for him to make a change in food, in sleep 81 2, TemporalKing, 1 | Prelude. The first Prelude is a composition, seeing the 82 2, TemporalKing, 1 | Point is, to put before me a human king chosen by God 83 2, TemporalKing, 1 | subjects ought to answer to a King so liberal and so kind, 84 2, TemporalKing, 1 | accept the appeal of such a king, how deserving he would 85 2, TemporalKing, 1 | the world, and held for a mean-spirited knight.~ 86 2, TemporalKing, 2 | Point, if we consider such a call of the temporal King 87 2, 1Day, 0 | Second Prelude. The second, a composition, seeing the 88 2, 1Day, 0 | to get profit from such a sight.~ 89 2, 1Day, 0 | Colloquy. At the end a Colloquy is to be made, 90 2, 2Contemplat, 0 | accompanied by Joseph and a maid, taking an ox, to go 91 2, 2Contemplat, 0 | Second Prelude. The second, a composition, seeing the 92 2, 2Contemplat, 0 | Child Jesus, I making myself a poor creature and a wretch 93 2, 2Contemplat, 0 | myself a poor creature and a wretch of an unworthy slave, 94 2, 2Contemplat, 0 | they are doing, as going a journey and laboring, that 95 2, 2Contemplat, 0 | greatest poverty; and as a termination of so many labors - 96 2, 2Contemplat, 0 | Colloquy. I will finish with a Colloquy as in the preceding 97 2, 3Contemplat | THIRD CONTEMPLATION WILL BE A REPETITION OF THE FIRST 98 2, 4Contemplat | FOURTH CONTEMPLATION WILL BE A REPETITION OF THE FIRST 99 2, 5Contemplat, 0 | before Whom, and summarizing a little the Exercise which 100 2, 2Day, 0 | disposed, it helps to make a change, from this second 101 2, 4Day, 0 | Second Prelude. The second, a composition, seeing the 102 2, 4Day, 0 | It will be here to see a great field of all that 103 2, 4Day, 0 | field of Babylon, as in a great11 chair of fire and 104 2, 4Day, 0 | to consider how he issues a summons to innumerable demons 105 2, 4Day, 0 | have first to tempt with a longing for riches - as 106 2, 4Day, 0 | our Lord puts Himself in a great field of that region 107 2, 4Day, 0 | Divine Majesty; and with that a HAIL MARY.~ 108 2, 4Day, 0 | made at midnight and then a second time in the morning, 109 2, SameFourth, 0(13)| solely or as they ought is a correction of not only, 110 2, SameFourth, 0 | Second Prelude. The second, a composition, seeing the 111 2, SameFourth, 0 | noted that when we feel a tendency or repugnance against 112 2, 5Day, 0 | made once at midnight and a second time in the morning, 113 2, 10Day, 0(14) | in the Saint's hand, over a word erased. ~ 114 2, 12Day, 0 | entering on the Elections, that a man may get attachment to 115 2, 12Day, 0 | deliberation about breaking a Commandment, whether Divine 116 2, 12Day, 0 | if I find myself at such a stage that I do not want, 117 2, 12Day, 0 | than dishonor, to desire a long rather than a short 118 2, 12Day, 0 | desire a long rather than a short life - the service 119 2, 12Day, 0 | deliberation about committing a venial sin.~ 120 2, 12Day, 0 | be rated as worthless and a fool for Christ, Who first 121 2, Prelude, 0 | first to marry - which is a means - and secondarily 122 2, Prelude, 0 | and consequently they make a means of the end, and an 123 2, Prelude, 0 | and secondarily, to take a benefice, or to marry, if 124 2, Election, 0 | repenting let him see to living a good life in his election. 125 2, Election, 0 | appear that this election is a Divine vocation, 15 as being 126 2, Election, 0 | err in this, setting up a perverse or bad election 127 2, Election, 0 | perverse or bad election as a Divine16 vocation; for every 128 2, Election, 0(15) | appear that this election is a Divine vocation is in the 129 2, Election, 0 | election duly, if one has a desire that fruits notable 130 2, GoodElection | MAKING, IN ANY ONE OF THEM, A SOUND AND GOOD ELECTION~ 131 2, GoodElection, 0 | desiring this chooses as means a life or state within the 132 2, 1Way | THE FIRST WAY TO MAKE A SOUND AND GOOD ELECTION~ 133 2, 1Way, 0 | myself as in the middle of a balance, to follow what 134 2, 2Way | THE SECOND WAY TO MAKE A GOOD ANY SOUND ELECTION~ 135 2, 2Way, 0 | second, to set before me a man whom I have never seen 136 2, Amend, 0 | opportunity or have not a very prompt will to make 137 2, Amend, 0 | making election, to give them a form and way to amend and 138 2, Amend, 0 | been explained, how large a house and household he ought 139 3, 1Day, 0 | Disciples, and made them a discourse, after Judas went 140 3, 1Day, 0 | Second Prelude. The second, a composition, seeing the 141 3, 1Day, 0 | Colloquy. I will finish with a Colloquy to Christ our Lord, 142 3, 2Day, 0 | Josaphat. Leaving the eight in a part of the Valley and the 143 3, 2Day, 0 | Valley and the other three in a part of the Garden, and 144 3, 2Day, 0 | its place; being taken as a malefactor, they lead Him 145 3, 2Day, 0(20) | Ignatius' hand, replacing like a bloody sweat. ~ 146 3, 2Day, 0 | to what, and summing up a little the contemplation 147 3, 2Day, 0 | Seventh Day. The seventh day, a Contemplation on the whole 148 3, 2Day, 0 | and in each Exercise take a distinct Mystery of Christ 149 3, RulesOneself, 0 | bread, because it is not a food as to which the appetite 150 3, RulesOneself, 0 | into sickness, the more a man leaves off from what 151 4, 1Contemplat, 0 | Second Prelude. The second, a composition, seeing the 152 4, 1Contemplat, 0 | Colloquy. I will finish with a Colloquy, or Colloquies, 153 Contem, 0, 0 | Prelude. The first Prelude is a composition, which is here 154 Contem, 0, 0 | understand; 22 likewise making a temple of me, being created 155 Contem, 0, 0(22) | handwriting, correcting a word erased, probably understanding. ~ 156 Contem, 0, 0 | been said.~I will end with a Colloquy and an OUR FATHER.~ 157 Method, 1Method, 1 | prayer, let the spirit rest a little, the person being 158 Method, 1Method, 1 | Prayer. A Preparatory Prayer, as, 159 Method, 1Method, 1 | when one comes to think on a Commandment on which he 160 Method, 1Method, 1 | hereafter, I am to finish with a Colloquy to God our Lord, 161 Method, 1Method, 4 | considering on each sense, say a HAIL MARY or an OUR FATHER.~ 162 Method, 1Method, 4 | considering on each sense, say a HAIL MARY.~ 163 Method, 2Method, 0 | Which finished, he will say a HAIL MARY, CREED, SOUL OF 164 Method, 2Method, 0 | FATHER one has lingered for a whole hour, when he will 165 Annunc, 0, 0 | womb and shalt bring forth a son.'"~ 166 Annunc, 0, 0 | Elizabeth hath conceived a son in her old age.'"~ 167 Annunc, Visitation, 0 | Holy Ghost, cried out with a loud voice, and said: 'Blessed 168 Annunc, Birth, 0 | Point. Third: "There came a multitude of the heavenly 169 Annunc, Purification, 0 | and they offer for Him "a pair of turtle doves or 170 Annunc, OutOfTemple, 0 | First Point. First: With a whip made of cords, He cast 171 Annunc, OutOfTemple, 0 | here, and make not My house a house of traffic.'"~ 172 Annunc, SermonMount, 0 | Third: He shows Himself not a transgressor, but a perfector 173 Annunc, SermonMount, 0 | not a transgressor, but a perfector of the law; explaining 174 Annunc, TempestSea, 0 | Lord being asleep at sea, a great tempest27 arose.~ 175 Annunc, Magdalen, 0 | of the Pharisee. She bore a vase of alabaster full of 176 Annunc, Transfigurat, 0 | make three tabernacles, a voice from heaven sounded, 177 Annunc, Bethany, 0 | waste of ointment?'" But He a second time excuses Magdalen, 178 Annunc, Bethany, 0 | woman? for she hath wrought a good work upon Me.'"~ 179 Annunc, Anna, 0 | kissed by Judas and taken as a robber, to whom He said: "' 180 Annunc, Anna, 0 | You have come out as to a robber to apprehend Me with 181 Annunc, Anna, 0 | Second: St. Peter wounded a servant of the High Priest, 182 Annunc, Anna, 0 | afar, denied Him once, and a blow was given Christ by 183 Annunc, Pilate, 0(28) | handwriting of St. Ignatius, a phrase being erased after 184 Annunc, Herod, 0 | First: Pilate sent Jesus, a Galilean, to Herod, Tetrarch 185 Annunc, Herod, 0 | army, clothing Him with a white garment.~ 186 Annunc, PilateII, 0 | Him; and the soldiers made a crown of thorns and put 187 Annunc, PilateII, 0 | thorns and clothed with a purple garment, and Pilate 188 Annunc, CrossII, 0 | to St. John; He said with a loud voice: "'I thirst,'" 189 Annunc, 8Apparit, 0(33) | St. Ignatius: replacing a word erased. ~ 190 Annunc, 8Apparit, 0 | gave them to eat part of a fish roasted, and a comb 191 Annunc, 8Apparit, 0 | part of a fish roasted, and a comb of honey, 34 and recommended 192 Annunc, Ascension, 0 | presence He was raised up and a cloud made Him disappear 193 Rules, Receive, 0 | desolation never to make a change; but to be firm and 194 Rules, Receive, 0 | counsels we cannot take a course to decide rightly.~ 195 Rules, Receive, 0 | and that we may not build a nest in a thing not ours, 196 Rules, Receive, 0 | may not build a nest in a thing not ours, raising 197 Rules, Receive, 0 | twelfth: The enemy acts like a woman, in being weak against 198 Rules, Receive, 0 | spiritual things opposes a bold front against the temptations 199 Rules, Receive, 0 | thirteenth: Likewise, he acts as a licentious lover in wanting 200 Rules, Receive, 0 | an evil purpose, solicits a daughter of a good father 201 Rules, Receive, 0 | solicits a daughter of a good father or a wife of 202 Rules, Receive, 0 | daughter of a good father or a wife of a good husband, 203 Rules, Receive, 0 | good father or a wife of a good husband, wants his 204 Rules, Receive, 0 | Likewise, he behaves as a chief bent on conquering 205 Rules, Receive, 0 | what he desires: for, as a captain and chief of the 206 Rules, Receive, 0 | the forces or defences of a stronghold, attacks it on 207 Rules, 2Week, 0 | inclined to all good, it is a sign of the good Angel; 208 Rules, 2Week, 0 | ends in something bad, of a distracting tendency, or 209 Rules, 2Week, 0 | which it had before, it is a clear sign that it proceeds 210 Rules, 2Week, 0 | lightly and gently, like a drop of water which enters 211 Rules, 2Week, 0 | water which enters into a sponge; and the evil touches 212 Rules, 2Week, 0 | above-said spirits touch in a contrary way those who go 213 Rules, Distribution, 0 | I want to set before me a man whom I have never seen 214 Rules, Scruples, 0 | first: They commonly call a scruple what proceeds from 215 Rules, Scruples, 0 | accidentally stepped on a cross of straw, he decides 216 Rules, Scruples, 0 | erroneous judgment and not a real scruple.~ 217 Rules, Scruples, 0 | thing, there comes to me a thought from without that 218 Rules, Scruples, 0 | I do not doubt.~That is a real scruple and temptation 219 Rules, Scruples, 0 | purifies and cleanses such a soul, separating it much 220 Rules, Scruples, 0 | belongs to good minds to see a fault where there is no 221 Rules, Scruples, 0 | The enemy looks much if a soul is gross or delicate, 222 Rules, Scruples, 0 | instance, if he sees that a soul does not consent to 223 Rules, Scruples, 0 | cannot make it fall into a thing that appears sin, 224 Rules, Scruples, 0 | there is not sin, as in a word or very small thought.~ 225 Rules, Scruples, 0 | and there comes to him a thought or temptation from 226 Rules, TrueSentimen, 0 | To praise confession to a Priest, and the reception 227 Rules, TrueSentimen, 0 | Evangelical perfection, a vow ought not to be made 228 Rules, TrueSentimen, 0 | withdraw from it, such as to be a merchant, or to be married, 229 Rules, TrueSentimen, 0 | because error is committed not a little in this; that is 230 Rules, TrueSentimen, 0 | not only filial fear is a thing pious and most holy,


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