Retreat received the Imprimatur from the Archdiocese of St. Louis by Bishop Hermann, so we a re confident of being faithful to the teaching of the Church. The 19th Annotated retreat is a special form of the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius of Loyola, which permits a person to be directed thru the Spiritual Exercises while remaining at home. This has allowed many working professional thru the centuries, to reap the benefits of St. Ignatius’ Spiritual Exercises. A Retreat With Saint Ignatius of Loyola is meant to accompany the retreatant thru the at Home retreat. The meditations are meant to accompany the instructions of the Spiritual Director and support the spiritual climate of the retreat and they can be seen as extra material which can be used to accompany the prayer of the retreatant.
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My writing career began in grade school, where I became interested in reporting and poetry. I wrote lots of poetry and prose in High School, then developed a philosophy in graduate school. After graduating from LSU and USC I became interested in dramatic writing for theater and film. My latest works have been a combination of spirituality, suspense and philosophy. Back in 2006 I wrote 4 major books, which came out of several small newsletters I registered with the Library of Congress. My present interest are in screenwriting and spirituality; how to express religious truths for the screen. One discovery as a writer is that you are always searching for the perfect way to say the same basic human experiences with more meaning, helping the reader to remember a word, a phrase a meaningful event so that the author and the reader can relate.
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