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St. Ignatius was a worldly soldier when he was wounded and then by reflecting on his past life realized that the true battle was a spiritual one that began with conquering oneself. He then refired Europe and beyond for God with his spiritual army, the Jesuits.

St. Ignatius was a worldly soldier when he was wounded and then by reflecting on his past life realized that the true battle was a spiritual one that began with conquering oneself.

St. Ignatius was a worldly soldier when he was wounded and then by reflecting on his past life realized that the true battle was a spiritual one that began with conquering oneself.

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7/31/2014 (8 months ago)

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