The Ignatian Workout: by Tim Muldoon
Author: Tim Muldoon
|Daily Spiritual Exercises for a Healthy Faith|
We live in a body-conscious society with people filling gyms in an attempt to get, and stay, physically fit. The Ignatian Workout promotes the importance of achieving spiritual fitness and presents a dynamic program of “workouts” based on Saint Ignatius Loyola’s Spiritual Exercises.
Designed for reading, reflection, and prayer, The Ignatian Workout includes a brief history of St. Ignatius and an overview of the Spiritual Exercises. Based on a four-week program, originally designed as a 30-day retreat, each week focuses on different elements of the mystery of the Christian faith. Full of practical suggestions for becoming spiritually fit, the book concludes with a complete resource guide of books and Web sites for continued study.
Physical Info: 0.62" H x 8.6" L x 5.58" W (0.63 lbs) 300 pages
Publisher: Loyola University Press
US SRP: 14.95 US
Pub Date: June 2004
Tim Muldoon is a theologian and a young adult formed through the practice of the Spiritual Exercises of Saint Ignatius Loyola. For several years, he was the Chair of Religious Studies at Mount Aloysius College in Cresson, Pennsylvania. He currently serves as the Director of the Church in the 21st Century Center at Boston College. He is married with two young daughters.
- Church & Ministry | Church Life | Roman Catholicism
- Religion | Christian Life | Inspirational - Catholic
- Religion | Devotional
- Religion | Spirituality | General
-Ignatius -Spiritual exercises
- Theometrics | Catholic
- Religious Orientation | Catholic
- Religious Orientation | Christian
OCLC Number: OCLC#53331044
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|The Ignatian Workout: by Tim Muldoon|
Author: Tim Muldoon
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We live in a body-conscious society with people filling gyms in an attempt to get physically fit. The Ignatian Workout promotes the importance of spiritual fitness through dynamic "workouts" based on Saint Ignatius Loyola's Spiritual Exercises.