Ignatius Loyola, Saint
Ignatius Loyola, Saint
Biography of the Spanish founder of the Jesuits, who died in 1556

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  • Loyola, Saint Ignatius of — orig. Iñigo de Oñaz y Loyola born 1491, Loyola, Castile died July 31, 1556, Rome; canonized March 12, 1622, feast day July 31 Spanish founder of the Society of Jesus (Jesuits). Born into the nobility, he began his career as a soldier. While… …   Universalium

  • Ignatius Loyola — (? 1491–1556)    Saint and Order Founder.    Ignatius was born of a noble family in Loyola, northern Spain. After a short career as a soldier, he was wounded in the leg which led him to reassess his life. After a period of withdrawal from the… …   Who’s Who in Christianity

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  • Ignatius of Loyola,Saint — Ignatius of Loy·o·la (loi ōʹlə), Saint. 1491 1556. Spanish ecclesiastic who founded the Jesuits and was a leader of the Counter Reformation. * * * …   Universalium

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