Starting on May 20th, viewers can stream free "Pivotal Players" episode during The Ignatian Jubilee YearNEWS PROVIDED BYWord on Fire Catholic MinistriesMay 20, 2021IRVING, Texas, May 20, 2021 /Christian Newswire/ — In honor of the Ignatian Jubilee Year and St. Ignatius, Bishop Barron’s Word on Fire Catholic Ministries will offer "The Pivotal Players – St. This episode of the "Pivotal Players" series covers Ignatius’ journey from a courageous and celebrated warrior to a passionate servant of Christ. During these celebratory months, Word on Fire is offering "St. Francis Xavier, introduced by Bert Ghezzi.Viewers and readers may learn more by visiting wordonfire.org/ignatius.Word on Fire Catholic Ministries (wordonfire.org) exists to support the evangelization efforts of Bishop Robert Barron by drawing people into the Body of Christ, which is the Church, and thereby giving them access to all the gifts that Jesus wants his people to enjoy. Holly Ordway; and a selection of letters by the great Jesuit missionary St. Ignatius, the Society of Jesus has called for an Ignatian Jubilee Year beginning on May 20, 2021—the 500th anniversary of the beginning of his conversion—and continuing through July 31, 2022—his feast day on the Church’s calendar. Ignatius of Loyola: The Founder" for free online streaming at wordonfire.org/ignatius.To celebrate the life and witness of St. Ignatius of Loyola: The Founder" for free video streaming. To be most effective in this mission, Word on Fire places an emphasis and urgency on the use of contemporary forms of media and innovative communication technologies.SOURCE Word on Fire Catholic MinistriesCONTACT: Will Sipling, Communications Director, 866-928-1237, email@example.comRelated Linkshttps://www.wordonfire.org/
Tweet He effected this influence through the establishment of the Jesuit order and through his masterpiece, "The Spiritual Exercises."Those interested in Ignatian spirituality will find more information in the "Word on Fire Classics: Ignatian Collection," a book which features: "The Spiritual Exercises;" a selection of poems from Gerard Manley Hopkins, introduced and annotated by Dr.