"As a retreat giver, I have found that people can often be divided into two when it comes to Mary the mother of Jesus. There are those for whom Mary plays a large role in their spirituality, and there are those, often from the Reformed tradition, who shy away from Mary. However, when praying over Gospel stories, very many of this second group of people have found Mary, as she is presented in Scripture, an attractive and down to earth figure who is easy to identify with and who speaks to us through the ages." - David Stewart, Director of the Ignatian Spirituality Centre in Glasgow
October is 'The Month of the Holy Rosary', with the liturgical feast of Our Lady of the Rosary celebrated on October 7th. The team at the Ignatian Spirituality Centre in Glasgow hope that you find this series of meditations fruitful. To access the meditations, click here
To celebrate the Ignatian Year, actors did a readthrough of 'Inigo' at the London Jesuit Centre
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We invite you to get to know the very human mother of Jesus from the Scripture
The Holy Spirit speaks to us, through the apostles, in a language we can all understand.