We pick up the story in Manresa, near Barcelona, where Iñigo, having given up a life of high society and being a scoundrel, is now enthusiastically seeking to become a soldier for God. To that end, he embarks on a year of poverty and self analysis, in atonement for his past life.
This comic strip features in the latest edition of Jesuits & Friends which you can read online here.
Jesuit training is demanding and requires commitment. A man at the midway point shares his thoughts.
St Ignatius put his life on the line and became available to God, writes Fr Damian Howard SJ.
Jesuit Missions UK has set up an appeal to help those affected by the earthquake in Turkey and Syria
Please read this blog by Amy-Leigh Hatton, Accommodation Officer at Jesuit Refugee Service UK.