(PUBLiguori)Wolff, an internationally renowned retreat leader, offers this comprehensive guide on how to make decisions, whether as an individual or a group, based on the spiritual exercises of Ignatius of Loyola. Choices should correspond to objective reality, be free from inner compulsions, and stick close to our values. 160 pages, softcover.
Making good decisions are among the most difficult challenges in life. In Discernment: The Art of Choosing Well, readers will find a comprehensive guide to making choices, either individually or in groups. It is based on the time-tested spiritual exercises of Saint Ignatius of Loyola, the sixteenth-century founder of the Jesuits who developed a systemic way of considering and making choices.
The author, a renowned teacher of Ignatian spirituality, leads readers on a journey of self-reflection, focusing on the process of discernment rather than on the particular problem at hand. As a result, the decision-making process outlined here can be applied to decisions in any area of life, whether personal, professional, or spiritual.
Pierre Wolff is a notable teacher of discernment and Ingatian spirituality and an internationally acclaimed retreat master. Born in Marseille, France, he ministered as a Jesuit priest for almost forty years, traveling to a dozen countries and giving retreats and workshops on Ignatian spirituality. In 1988, he became a priest in the Episcopal Church. He has devoted most of his life to helping people learn to pray, use discernment to make decisions, and consciously grow their spirituality. He is now married and lives in Connecticut.
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