Alive in Christ, 1-8
St. Ignatius Loyola
Grade 6 People of Faith Cards
Parish & School Edition
Publisher: Our Sunday Visitor
Item Number: OSVP-CU5390
6 in stock. Out of print. No longer printed by the publisher.
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Alive in Christ, 1-8, School Edition
Alive in Christ, 1-8, Parish Edition
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Text on the back of the card:
Saint Ignatius Loyola
Feast Day -- July 31
Saint Ignatius Loyola was a soldier. While recovering from a wound, he read a book about Jesus and decided to become a priest. He founded an order called the Society of Jesus, also call the Jesuits. Ignatius wrote a book titled Spiritual Exercises, which people still read today. His motto was "Do everything for the honor and glory of God." The Jesuits are famous for their learning and teaching. They still spread the Good News of Jesus in parishes, high schools, and universities.
Patron of the Jesuits and soldiers. Saint Ignatius died on Rome of malaria.
Take, O Lord, and receive my entire liberty, my memory, my understanding and my whole will. (Saint Ignatius' prayer.)
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