Soldier, saint, and mystic, Ignatius of Loyola is one of Christianity's greatest saints. Peggy Sklar looks at the founder of the Jesuits through the lens of his service to God. This dynamic approach makes Ignatius, his work, and his spirituality interesting and accessible to a new generation of readers.
Director of religious education for a Jesuit parish, Peggy A. Sklar has a master's degree in theology from the Ecumenical Institute of Theology, St. Mary's Seminary and University, Baltimore, Maryland. She lives in Alexandria, Virginia.
Six Things You Didn’t Know About Saint Peter Canisius Jesuit, and Doctor 12/20/2012
Facts and Legends About St. Lucy 12/13/2012
Five Reasons to Love St. Francis Xavier 12/03/2012
What's So Great About Saint Gertrude? 11/16/2012
St. Albert and Aristotle: The Gift of Faith and Reason 11/13/2012
A Shining Saint: Five Points of Faith for Frances Cabrini 11/12/2012
St. Bridget: Prayers, yes. Promises, no. 11/01/2012
The North American Martyrs: Torture and Triumph 10/19/2012
You Know John of the Cross but What About Paul? 10/19/2012
St. Teresa of Avila's Top Five Friends in High (Heavenly) Places 10/15/2012