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Title: Autobiography of St. Ignatius [The Cambridge encyclopedia of the Jesuits]
Other Titles: The Cambridge Encyclopedia of the Jesuits
Authors: Cassar, Carmel
Keywords: Saints -- Biography
Ignatius, of Loyola, Saint, 1491-1556
Issue Date: 2017
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Citation: Cassar, C. (2017). Autobiography of St. Ignatius. In T. Worcester (Ed.), The Cambridge Encyclopedia of the Jesuits (pp. 72-73). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Abstract: The autobiography of lgnatius, often called Actd, spans eighteen years of the saint's life, from his wounding at Pamplona in 1521 through his conversion at Manresa, the trip to Jerusalem, his university studies in Spain and Paris, and his journey to Rome in 1538 when he placed himself and his companions at the disposition of the pope. These critical years reveal the incredible transformation and spiritual growth of lgnatius and the events that helped to bring about this change.
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