Join University Advancement and for an Ignatian Year event, celebrating 500 years of St. Ignatius’ conversion experience, by joining a Beyond MU virtual book discussion group on the latest translation of “A Pilgrim’s Testament: The Memoirs of Saint Ignatius of Loyola,” edited by Rev. Barton T. Geger, S.J. The event will be held Monday, Nov. 1, from noon to 1 p.m.
Join Dr. Kathy Coffey-Guenther, senior mission and Ignatian leadership specialist, for a discussion of the life and faith journey of St. Ignatius of Loyola. Referencing Father Geger’s book, learn about the path of St. Ignatius, who lived a very human life while praying, learning and writing about his journey to “find God in all things” and to know, love, follow and serve Jesus intimately through the Spiritual Exercises. See how the path of St. Ignatius can help to inspire and inform your faith journey as well.
ABOUT THE BOOK
Early Jesuits urged Saint Ignatius of Loyola (1491–1556), founder of the Society of Jesus, to share the story of how God had worked in his soul. His memoirs, they hoped, would inspire and guide Jesuits and other readers for years to come. Father Barton Geger, provides a new introduction and original annotations for this edition of A Pilgrim’s Testament. Geger includes fascinating notes that accompany this important text, making the autobiography of Ignatius of Loyola more accessible to all.
Purchase Father Geger’s version of “A Pilgrim’s Testament: The Memoirs of Saint Ignatius of Loyola” from the Institute of Advanced Jesuit Studies at Boston College or on Amazon.