Spiritual Exercises of Ignatius of Loyola

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  • Summary: Theories Of Motivation

    Jesuit leadership strategies are part of the implicit basis of the Magister Institute’s leadership repertoire. According to Lowney (2003), since the time of Ignatius of Loyola, the Jesuits have developed and honed a style of leadership based on four strategies. These governing principles and interpersonal philosophy were part of the essence of the Jesuit way of life and Ignatian spirituality and were expected of each…

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  • Protestant Reformation Outline

    burdens and abuses •Urban laypeople were more knowledgeable about the world around them •Lay religious movements had one common goal: Religious simplicity in the imitation of Jesus. •Egalitarian church - gives members and head of church power •Spiritual…

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  • My Academic And Life Goals

    Each year, Gonzaga receives hundreds of applications. In those applications, I’m sure you’ve read about students who are athletic, enthusiastic, energetic, interactive with their teachers, love learning outside the classroom, or who are students who speak many languages. I strive to be a combination of all these things, and more. I am a student that excels both inside and outside the classroom. I believe that through my educational journey, I will learn what is necessary for me to accomplish my…

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