Letter 4 - Janine Nipal 30 April 2012 Letter 4 St Ignatius...

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Janine Nipal 30 April 2012 “Letter 4” St. Ignatius of Loyola Main idea : This letter pertains to how we may either be brought to thinking the wrong good or are unaware of doing bad, and we are tempted away from God. Supporting points: The enemy insinuates a false humility by bringing hindrances and obstacles (p. 129) He says that we endure many hardships during such a long lifetime, incurring more suffering (p.129) In an opposite approach, evil boosts our ego up by allowing us to think that we are greater beings than we actually are (p.130) People in such a lax mindset are brought to believe that sins are not as bad as they truly are (p.131) In a stage of desolation, we are upset, lonely, and are forgotten by God. It is sad without knowing why we are stressing on our own miseries (p.133)
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“Letter 14” St. Ignatius of Loyola Main idea : During the Council of Trent, the members wanted to reform the Council within itself for an idealistic group. Supporting points : A member should be compliant and speak with compassion with a lack of bias (p. 164)
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