St. Ignatius of Loyola, a deeply revered master of the spiritual life, always counseled people to use their imaginations when they prayed. Ignatius himself loved to imagine himself present at the Last Supper or at the Sermon on the Mount as a way of bringing these scriptural stories to life.
He loved to see himself at the “thirteenth apostle,” listening to Jesus and watching how everyone else responded to Jesus’...
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