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St. Ignatius was born in the family castle in Guip˙zcoa, Spain, the youngest of 13 children, and was called I˝igo. When he was old enough, he became a page, and then a soldier of Spain to fight against the French. A cannon ball and a series of bad operations ended his military career in 1521. While St. Ignatius recovered, he read the lives of the saints, and decided to dedicate himself to becoming a soldier of the Catholic Faith. Soon after he ... Continue Reading

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  1. john
    5 years ago

    I'm doing my confirmation report on him.

  2. Light Yagami
    5 years ago

    He probably died of a heart attack...... Just sayin.

  3. Leonardo Divinchi
    5 years ago

    To write my report on him or not to write my report on him? that is the question.

  4. natalie
    5 years ago

    thats it im supposed to do a saint project on him for confirmation

  5. J Christian
    6 years ago

    Saint Ignatius pray for us all; pray for more factories of Saints and good factors for their existences; pray that every Blessed make Canonization some one day; pray that each earthen malefactor make it to some good, then some good to Blessed grow; pray that as in Eternity we may worthy seed prayer songs all come to plow, plant, sing and know in Jesus's Pure Names and Yahweh's Purifying Flames, Harvest by the Trees, Leaves and Streams of Paradise Angel Thronged Throne, Alleluia, Amen Sophia sometimes i flow out of words into ecstasy, Selah

  6. joyce
    6 years ago

    kakaunti lang ang info nyo tungkol kay st.ignatius loyola!!!!!!!

  7. Conor
    6 years ago

    That's all you have on him? I thought there was a lot more information about him...Like is conversation experience etc.

    He's the patron saint of Jesuits and Retreats by the way.


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