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We don’t know how, but God enters our heart through whatever nook and cranny he finds. With Saint Ignatius of Loyola it was through a leg wound. A wound that put him to bed and where, in solitude and silence, he allowed himself to be found by God.

A personal transformation that changed the history of the Church forever. Because what began as a personal pilgrimage, transformed Saint Ignatius into a teacher of the Spirit.

What ties and stagnates you in relationship with the Spirit? What prevents you from putting yourself at the disposal of personal change and transformation? Perhaps the answer is a humble supplication to the Lord to take us by the hand and look into our hearts.

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