|Name||Ignatius Of Loyola|
|Date of Birth||October 23, 1491|
|Place of Birth||Azpeitia, Spain|
Ignatius Of Loyola was born on October 23, 1491 in Azpeitia, Spain. He died on Jul 31, 1556 (age 64). Founder of the Society of Jesus, who also served as the organization’s first Superior General. He was a priest, a hermit, and a theologian in addition to being a knight from Spain. As the Counter-Reformation progressed, he emerged as a prominent figure in the religious community.
During the assault on Pamplona’s castle by the French army in 1521, he was hit in the head by a projectile. In 1609, Pope Paul V bestowed upon him the title of “Blessed,” and Pope Gregory XV bestowed upon him the title of “Saint” in 1622. A Basque family had a total of 13 children, of which he was the 13th.
The Church of Ignatius of Loyola is a Roman Catholic church located in New York City. The church is named after Saint Ignatius of Loyola, the founder of the Society of Jesus. The church is located on the campus of Fordham University. The church is a Gothic Revival style building. The church is home to a Jesuit community. The church is open to the public for Masses and other events.
Ignatius of Loyola wrote many books, but some of his most famous are “The Spiritual Exercises,” “The Pilgrim’s Guide,” and “The Life of Ignatius of Loyola.” “The Spiritual Exercises” is a book of meditations, prayers, and other spiritual exercises that Ignatius used to help people grow in their relationship with God. “The Pilgrim’s Guide” is a book that Ignatius wrote to help people make the pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela, Spain. “The Life of Ignatius of Loyola” is a book about the life of Ignatius, written by his friend and fellow Jesuit, Peter Favre.