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Qualities of a person in an
Ignatian Community

   
 



Ian Cribb, SJ
 

   
 

GOD CENTERED
We are created to praise, reverence and serve God.
[Spiritual Exercises, 23]
 

SPIRITUAL
Recognise that the initiative for all that happens in us is from God.
 

GENEROUS
Generosity was one of the most important dispositions Ignatius looked for in individuals.
 

 COMPASSIONATE
Be compassionate as your heavenly father is compassionate.
[Matthew 5:48]
 

RESPONSIBLE
Seeking excellence in self and ready to encourage others.
 

JUST
To act justly, to love tenderly and to walk humbly with your God.
[Micah 6:8]
 

GRATEFUL
We give thanks to God for God's indescribable gift to us.
[2 Cor. 9:15]
 

RESPECTFUL
Seeking and finding God in all.
[Spiritual Exercises, 237]
 

COMMITTED
To search for the truth in relationship with others.
 

HELPFUL
 Ignatius of Loyola wanted us to help souls.
 

LOVING
Love ought to manifest itself in deeds rather than in words.
[Spiritual Exercises, 230]
 

CULTIVATOR OF VIRTUE
In self and others - Faith, Hope and Charity
 

REFLECTIVE
Engage in the Ignatian practice of reflection on experience leading to action so that one is transformed into a truly integrated person engaged in the world.
 

TEAM MEMBER
We belong to a community of faith with a single aim to be on Mission with Christ

 

 

 

Prayerful thoughts from St Ignatius of Loyola

The more completely we focus our attention on our Creator and Lord, the less chance there is of our being distracted by creatures [Ep. 7:411].

You are much deceived in thinking that the cause of your unrest and little progress in following the way of the Lord comes from the place where you live, or your superiors, or your brethren. This unrest comes from within you, that is, it comes from your own lack of humility, obedience, and prayer, and finally from a want of mortification and fervor in advancing in the way of perfection. You could have a change in residence, of superiors, and of brethren, but if the interior man is not changed these other changes will do you no good. Everywhere will be the same for you, unless you become humble, obedient, devout, and you mortify your self-love. This is the change you should seek and no other [Ep. 8:328-329].

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Ep:
Monumenta Ignatiana: Epistolae et Instructiones
, 12 v. (Madrid, 1903-1911)






 

 
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