Hearts on Fire: Praying with Jesuits

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Michael Harter
Loyola Press, 2005 - Religion - 194 pages
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Discover the rich tradition of Ignatian prayer in Hearts on Fire, compiled by Michael Harter, SJ. Hundreds of Ignatian prayers are included here, many written by the most illustrious Jesuits—Ignatius Loyola, Francis Xavier, Gerard Manley Hopkins, Anthony de Mello, Karl Rahner, Pierre Teilhard de Chardin, and others. Each gives eloquent voice to Ignatian spirituality, which affirms that God is present in all things and at all times. Thus, this collection includes Ignatian prayers for all occasions, including the most familiar and seemingly mundane.
 

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Contents

Prayers to Accompany the First
1
My Help My Hope Psalm 121
10
A Prayer for Spiritual Freedom
16
Adapted from Joseph Tetlow
23
Teach Me to Listen
30
Wash Me with Your Precious Blood
36
A Prayer of Reconciliation
43
Act of Hope and Confidence in God
49
Personal Prayer of Pedro Arrupe
97
Pierre Teilhard de Chardin
103
The Eucharist and Our Daily Lives
109
Enfold Me in Your Heart
111
A Prayer Asking to Stand Near Mary
125
Entrusting Myself to the Hands of Jesus
132
Prayers to Accompany the Fourth Week
139
Pierre Teilhard de Chardin
145

Broken Record
55
Prayers to Accompany the Second
59
Joseph Tetlow
65
Scripture Passages for Second Week
72
In the Out House
78
A Child My Choice
83
Teach Me Your Ways
89
Center of Our Hearts
95
Pied Beauty
151
Prayer of the Faithful
168
For My Parents
175
Acknowledgments
181
Authors
187
Index
193
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Rev. Michael G. Harter, S.J., entered the Society of Jesus at St. Stanislaus Seminary in 1961 and was ordained to the priesthood in 1974. Over the years he has been a novice director and superior, retreat director, and managing editor of America magazine.

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