From May 2021 until July 2022, the Jesuits and the Ignatian family celebrate an Ignatian Year.
What is an Ignatian Year? May 20, 2021 marks the 500th anniversary of the beginning of St. Ignatius’ enormous change of life — that fateful day when Ignatius the soldier, struck by a cannonball, began his transformation into Ignatius the pilgrim. How might we grow in our relationship with God and our love for one another by meditating on this important moment in Ignatius’ life?
God continues to invite each of us into a deepening relationship, to ongoing conversion. We believe that by embracing this invitation, we embrace our God who calls us to act in new, bold ways that reconcile our world, bringing about justice, peace and compassion. For this Ignatian Year, we ask for the grace to see all things new in Christ.