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St. Ignatius and Meditative Prayer

St. Ignatius and Meditative Prayer

St. Ignatius and Methods of Praying St. Ignatius had a detailed methodology on meditative prayer in his Spiritual Exercises.  Within his methodology one can find the primary elements of prayer which include adoration, contrition, petition and thanksgiving.  However, more emphasis is given on adoration, contrition and thanksgiving than petition.  Petition correlates with the will of the Father and the not the individual will.  St. Ignatius From a meditation standpoint, the value of reflection is very high in St. Ignatius’ types of prayer.  The first method involves deep analysis of the soul and its relation to the Ten Commandments and the