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Ignatius must have spent many hours in the cave, reflecting, praying, and doing penance, especially during his third period in Manresa, the time of the great illuminations. He did not sleep in the cave, except in extraordinary circumstances. His manner was not that of a hermit, as he was sometimes portrayed by the earliest biographers. He spent much of his time among the poor people in the Santa Lucia Hospital.

In this booklet, the author, Francesc Riera SJ, who for many years has been director of the Cave of Manresa, invites us on a geographical and spiritual journey through the life of Saint Ignatius. This pilgrimage, which is interior as well as exterior, can help us, as the saint takes our hand, to discover how God speaks to us through the places and persons of our lives.

The booklet is a material offered published by the Ignatian School of Spirituality from Barcelona. Is available in English here.

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