The legacy of St Ignatius’ conversion – 500 years of the Jesuits

The legacy of St Ignatius’ conversion – 500 years of the Jesuits The Integration Working Group - chaired by Eugene Quinn, Director of Jesuit Refugee Service Ireland - launches Limerick’s third Integration Plan September 28, 2018 with a speech from President Michael D Higgins.
Irish Jesuit Provincial Fr Leonard Moloney SJ reflects on St Ignatius’s conversion and his legacy in Ireland, writes Ruadhán Jones On May 20, 1521, while St Ignatius of Loyola was attempting to defend a citadel in the town of Pamplona, Spain, his leg was shattered by a cannonball. Famously, this accident precipitated the vain young…
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